Tumbledown Brook Trail is a 4.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Weld, ME that offers scenic views. The trail is rated as difficult and primarily used for hiking, trail running, and rock climbing.
Diverse trail! Dog friendly! Summits at the pond! Great swimming!
The trail began on a pleasant moderate slope, but became filled with potato sized and larger rocks that made it slow going. About half way up, it got steep and hair pinned back and forth on large boulders and lots of roots. The last few hundred yards was very steep and filled with large boulders. But the beautiful pond at the top and amazing view of Webb Lake and surrounding mountains was SOOO worth it! Another half hour past the pond was the 3000'summit, reached on smooth ledge, not easy but doable. We are 60 years olds in decent physical condition.
It was much harder than I expected a lot of rock/Boulder climbing. But the lake at the top was amazing.
Awesome trail but it's called the "loop trail"