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    KateLynn Chase completed Back Cove Trail

    12 days ago

    KateLynn Chase reviewed South Mountain Lookout Tower Trail

    about 1 month ago

    A friend and I decided to go for a hike here after we were in the area for an hour class of Goat Yoga...Theres a parking lot first thing to your right next to the check-in building (which has some basic necessities like Tylenol, bugspray, shirts, etc for sale). We checked in for the day ($5). All though now I'm wondering if it was really for campground visitors

    KateLynn Chase reviewed Fisherman's Walk Trail To Wiggly Bridge

    about 1 month ago

    Typed Fisherman's Walk (in York) into Google Maps, and brought us to a U shape like parking lot. Was unsure if we were even in the right spot at first, but decided to try seeing where the little path went...Ends up bringing you right down to Fisherman's Walk. If you go left eventually you come to a beach (after some hard navigation and lots of questioning). If you take a right it leads to the roadway, cross the roadway and you'll see the pathway leading to the wiggly bridge, which was kind sketchy with 3 grown men hopping on it while you walked lol but was fun to say the least. Loop thru the woods was beginner friendly and nicely groomed with maps at the beginning and end telling you where you are and what trails are what. Short walk, but beautiful scenery against the water.

    KateLynn Chase reviewed Hedgehog Mountain Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Maybe 5 mins from getting off Freeport exit (same road as Transfer station). Limited parking (on the side of the road), but wasn't packed for a Saturday around 3pm. Trails are well groomed and marked. Saw 2 other dogs while hiking (all off leash). There's a few little trails to follow - We went up the summit trail and looped around (about 1.3 miles). At the top of the summit trail there's a bench and map to show what mountains your looking at. Across the street there's some more trails. Sign posted at the very beginning warning to wear orange hunters may be in area. We followed the big loop trail to the back side of the ball park and then turned around. Saw 2 other dogs (off leash). Our total round trip (both sides) was 2.25 Miles!

    KateLynn Chase completed Hedgehog Mountain

    2 months ago

    KateLynn Chase reviewed Bradbury Mountain Park Boundary Trail

    2 months ago

    Trails were clearly marked (easy to follow), would say a very beginner friendly trail. $4/adult to enter park (pay at the gate). Dog friendly (must be on a leash), heavily trafficked. We went in mid April and there was still some spots that had snow, other parts were very wet! We stayed to the trails on the parking lot side (there are bathrooms), there's more trails across the street by the campground.

    KateLynn Chase saved Brook Trail

    2 months ago

    KateLynn Chase reviewed Percival/Morgan Loop Trail

    8 months ago

    Was unsure if we were on the right side of the road (Rattlesnake Mountain parking lot is across the street with the port-a-potty). Decided to go Mt Percival trail and loop around to Mt Morgan and back down (approx. 5 miles). Mt Percival trail gets very rocky towards the top; wouldn't recommend bringing kids, my dog had a hard time in spots. We ended up taking the Caves route, which lead us to the most beautiful view and right towards the trail leading to Mt Morgan.

    KateLynn Chase saved Railroad Trail

    8 months ago

    KateLynn Chase saved Picket Mountain

    8 months ago

    KateLynn Chase reviewed Champney Falls Trail

    9 months ago

    Will have to pay for a park pass (display in window) $5. Dogs allowed. We kept our two on leashes but a few were off leash. Waterfall didn't have much water running down it, but the trees were all turning colors (Beginning of October) which made for a beautiful moderate hike. We decided to continue to the top of Mt chocorua (another 2.1 miles-for more EXPERIENCED hikers- very steep and rocky all the way to the top) for a BREATHTAKING view.

    KateLynn Chase completed Champney Falls Trail

    9 months ago

    KateLynn Chase reviewed Kennebunk Bridle Path

    9 months ago

    Park at Sea Road School in Kennebunk (Do Not Follow Directions From This app-leads you way past the school and you'll have to turn around). When you pull into the school you'll see a cross walk (before the parking lot). You'll see a beated path on either side. The right side is a short .30 walk that ends at rail road tracks. The left side (which has a Bridal Path sign at the trail head) is the actual path; 3 miles one way. Very nice, flat, shaded trail with beautiful scenery spots. Keep in mind the numerous houses with barking dogs.

    KateLynn Chase completed Kennebunk Bridle Path

    9 months ago

    KateLynn Chase reviewed Knox Mountain

    10 months ago

    After being bummed out by Bond Mountain a friend and I decided to drive 5 minutes down the road to hike Knox Mountain. The trails were already much better; clearly following a snowmobile trail and not as rocky and UNEVEN. There are a couple parts that have a lot of routes so watch your step. We FINALLY made it to the top. Okay views. Defiently moderate. We were dead by the time we reached the top with my dog (her first 2 mountains she's hiked with us).