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Tumbledown Mountain

Weld, ME

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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Appalachian Trail: Saddleback Mountain & Mount Abraham
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3 Completed 3 Reviews

Somewhat difficult, a lot of uphill work obviously across two peaks. Extremely rewarding however, the views are spectacular. Windy at the top. Forests in between are incredible as well. Good fun. Check out that rock on the sidepath as well on your way up saddleback.

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Mahoosuc Trail
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3 Completed 3 Reviews

The boulders create quite the challenge. You must be comfortable stepping across boulders between dark chasms for this one! Tough but crazily fun to do. Me and my three friends were in very good shape, and are all pretty athletic, and it was still a challenge. Wouldn't suggest in the snow or rain... Go into the caves on the sides.... Eerily cold and ice even in August. Awesome hike.

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River Point Conservation Area
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25 Completed 9 Reviews

01/15/2015 Nice winter trail that includes a river walk. Several signs on the trail pointing out the history, flora and fauna found in the area. Best seen in the spring and fall when there are more birds.

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Piazza Rock Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great hike! Gloriously sunny but cold! The path was easy to follow (white blazes for the AT and someone had recently snowshoed the trail). The snow was hard-packed and not deep (no post-holing). The only real elevation gain was near the start of the trail just after the bridge crossing the stream. After that, it was a very mellow ascent to the rock. Overall, it took about two hours to get to Piazza Rock. Really impressive! We had a quick lunch at a lean-to about 150 feet farther up the trail before heading back. The only slight drawback is there's no real parking in winter. We ended up leaving the car about 1500 feet before the trailhead on the side of road before a guard rail.

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Piazza Rock Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

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Peary Mountain
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25 Completed 9 Reviews

Great hike for winter with gradual and steady incline. Once you get close to the peak the incline gets greater over open ledge. Wonderful view of Mt Washington from the summit. Several geocaches along the way with one of them at the top.

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Black Brook Preserve
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25 Completed 9 Reviews

Small set of trails skirting a brook and wet area. Lots of tree roots to walk over and trail has many wet areas. There are several wooden plaques noting the wildlife and common foliage which makes the walk educational. There are four Geocaches here.

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Sears Island
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5 Completed 2 Reviews

It was a real joy to find this trail entry. This will be my conquest in the new year, most decidedly. Thanks.

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Bald Rock Mountain Trail
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12 Completed 12 Reviews

Check out our photos & review on our hiking blog!
http://traveltheeast.blogspot.com/2014/09/bald-rock-trail-camden-maine-travel-east.html

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Asticou Trail
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31 Completed 2 Reviews

Starting from the Jordon Pond House Restaurant, I took the Jordon Pond Path and followed the quiet and easy trail towards the beautiful Asticou gardens. Also be sure to check out Thuya garden, a hidden gem nearby. Flowers of all kinds, smells amazing. Go during spring or summer (obviously)

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