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Well marked and maintained trails. Maps and interesting historic information found throughout. Perfect snow shoeing conditions! It wasnt an issue on the day I went, but there is no parking lot and only enough space for 2-3 vehicles road side. Great hike!

schneeschuhwandern
schnee
18 days ago

wandern
eisig
schnee
steinig
24 days ago

It was a well marked trail and easy except for the ice on the rocks. Even in late December there were a lot of families and dogs. The views were stunning. I missed the feldspar mine but the cattle pound was easy to find. Bring binoculars there are lots of birds to watch at the top.

wandern
schnee
1 month ago

wandern
1 month ago

Great trail! A little confusing to find. Once you’re on Hancock Pond Rd. you want to turn onto “Perley Mill Station” Way. It says it’s a Private Road however, there are many places to park for the public. (See pictures) This parking area sits in the middle of a few trails you can take. The trail to the left of the parking area is more of a Dirt Road. The trails to the right of the parking area are nicely wooded with lovely views. Great, flat trail.

wandern
1 month ago

the perfect quiet little trail with lots of sniffs for our pups! a little tough to find - we ended up parking towards the middle of the trail. we went left and walked past the pond, but it felt like we were walking on a road so we turned around and went to the right of where we parked and it felt more like a trail and was much more enjoyable. be aware that there are bear traps all over the property so keep your pups on leash!

This is my favorite place to walk in town or the surrounding area. Right now it is snow-covered and the stream is along your path. It is very quiet and still but you do come across people which is nice. I start at the Hansons ridge point because it feels like I'm more in the country.

Walked from the Scarborough parking lot out to the marshes. Nice long, straight trail with no real elevation change. Would be great for biking.

Trail apparently borders a horse farm. Met the fellow that owns the horse farm and he explained that he was bulldozing the area for horse pasture. This trail is probably more interesting in spring.

wandern
1 month ago

great little hike! we took the dogs and had the trail completely to ourselves. beautiful day and there's a few picnic tables on the summit which was a nice treat!

Great day for a walk, easy stroll and only a couple hunters out. So many trails did not follow exact route, basically just wandering around

Excellent hike, will make an excellent snowshoe trail in the wintertime.

Stopped by on a whim (November 16) and saw two orange-clad hunters emerging from the trailhead so turned around. Had I stopped for the required permit I’m sure I would have been warned. Plan to return when not hunting season and surely give it more stars.

Dog owners don’t pick up after their dogs mess. Watch out for dog poop along the trails

Super well marked trails and maps at every trail divergence. Dogs are allowed off leash 300ft+ off the road/trail head.

excellent trip up a small mountain. The fire tower at the top has the most rewarding views. Did this hike with a 4 year old and 7 month old with no problem. if you are afraid of heights the fire tower is not for you.

wandern
eisig
schlammig
2 months ago

Parked near the marsh and ran to the Black point road parking lot, back and forth was almost 4.5 miles. Beautiful views of crystal clear blue skies and the ruffling of leaves under our feet. Tips: don’t forget to wear orange or bright colors on the trail and in the woods in Maine for hunting season and watch for mud puddles and icy spots. Great for running and walking leisurely- stroller accessible. Benches for sitting. Dogs can be off leash after oct. 1 - Happy Hiking :)

wandern
schlammig
überflutet
2 months ago

The terrain makes for a very easy hike, but it's really confusing as well. There are a lot of blazes and signs, but they really aren't helpful. Some of these trails are ATV routes. Some of the trail that I took (Libby Trail, outer perimeter) was flooded or muddy and had to walk around it. Half way through, I ended up on Libby Road and had a very hard time finding the trail back. Luckily AllTrails helped or I would have never found it. Parking is at the fire station/park.

beautiful fall hike! lots of colors, some muddy spots but they were fun.

wandern
2 months ago

Flat and gradual trail through open hardwoods. While there are cairns in the streambed it’s best to follow the plentiful yellow diamond markers. Lots of places to sit by the water. Great walk close by the Lewiston Auburn area.

Mountainbiking
2 months ago

Well-kept carraige road trail with nice views and a challenging ride

wandern
schlammig
2 months ago

Great colored leaves, a tiny bit wet but still nice and easy

wandern
ausgewaschen
schlammig
2 months ago

wandern
2 months ago

Beautiful trail, but which trail is which is kind of hard to read and the maps really aren't much help. I'm glad I was recording my hike on the app to see that I wasn't going the right direction on more than one occasion!

This trail skirts the east side of the pond and continues to the power line with a great view. Although not well marked it is easy to follow. well worth the trip.

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