Tumbledown Mountain

Weld, ME

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Tumbledown Mountain is a 4.3 mile out and back trail located near Weld, Maine that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. No admission or parking fees.

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Meghan Joyce (117)

6 Completed2 Reviews

Great hike out and back on the brook trail for our first time on Tumbledown. Would love to come back in warmer weather and swim in the pond like the one brave soul who was out there today.

Megan Lofthus (253)

12 Completed9 Reviews

Kimberly Ward (456)

15 Completed16 Reviews

Maryssa O'Neil (40)

5 Completed1 Reviews

Andrea Libby (48)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Marc Maheu (541)

10 Completed13 Reviews

I did the Loop trail up and Brook down. Was with three ladies, two of the three had no issue climbing while the other, an inexperienced lady in moderate shape, needed a few extra breaks. It does get steep just below Fat Mans misery but with a little determination it is doable - suggestion: take your time unless you are an active hiker. The Tarn is a wonderful respite before returning down the Brook trail.

Be aware - both the tarn and the Brook trail will have several people around. If you are looking for solitude find a different place to hike.

Patti Trygg (87)

4 Completed2 Reviews

Awesome! Scary! Challenging! The Loop Trail is wicked awesome! Park at the Brook Trailhead lot, walk back to the Loop Trailhead, hike up the Loop, go left to the peak, head back down to the Tumbledown Ridge trail, stop at the pond! It's gorgeous! Go for a swim if you dare! Take the Brook trail down! Lots of scrambling & climbing over boulders! Fat Man's Misery! Well, I'm short, 5'1"; you almost need to be a trapeze expert......! Took about 5 hours! I loved it!

Ron Cloutier (36)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Very fun and challenging the loop trail is must for the more adventurous

Adam Seal (116)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Sydney Simpson (103)

12 Completed1 Reviews