Tumbledown Mountain

MODERATE
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Tumbledown Mountain is a 6 mile loop trail located near Weld, ME 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.

6.0 miles 2388 feet Loop
dogs on leash hiking lake views
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There are two parking lots next to each trail head. Coming from Weld you will run into the Brook Trail parking lot on your left with the trail head on your right. About 1.2 miles down you will run into the parking lot for Loop Trail.

Jayne McCarthy

1 Completed1 Reviews

Harder than I thought. But loved it!!! Two random dogs guided our way up and down. Check out our YouTube video. http://youtu.be/a4R39ippfjw

brian dietzel

3 Completed4 Reviews

great hike, good views. Enjoyed the lake at the top. Happy there was still trees to give some cover throughout the night. Fantastic.

brian dietzel

3 Completed4 Reviews

great hike, good views. Enjoyed the lake at the top. Happy there was still trees to give some cover throughout the night. Fantastic.

Tabitha Munson

1 Completed1 Reviews

Great trails. Absolutely zero reception, so I didn't have access to my map anymore, but I thoroughly enjoyed it!

Meghan Joyce

8 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

12 Completed9 Reviews

Kimberly Ward

15 Completed18 Reviews

Maryssa O'Neil

5 Completed1 Reviews

Andrea Libby

1 Completed1 Reviews

Marc Maheu

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.