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Great Marsh, Darter and Notch Trail Loop

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Mount Agamenticus Park

Great Marsh, Darter and Notch Trail Loop is a 6.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near York, Maine that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, nature trips, and mountain biking.

Length 6.2 mi Elevation gain 695 ft Route type Loop
Kid friendly Hiking Mountain biking Nature trips Running Forest Views Wildlife
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NOTE: A section of trail from the Ring Trail to Mountain Road is closed to public use as it crosses through private land.

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Tim Wareham
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last part is no longer on existence due to new construction....

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Mike Howe
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At times very technical but great roll. Very covered from the sun and awesome roller sections.

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Alexander Gardullo
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I would rank this as a easy hike. Certainly more than a stroll, but not as exerting as a moderately ranked trail would indicate. There is a decent amount of rock on parts of the trail so watch your ankles. A section of trail from the Ring Trail to Mountain Rd is closed to public use as it crosses private land. (I don’t know if an alternate route is being worked on.) The trails on the mountain offer a good amount of variety/length. I would prefer the mountain in the fall as the leaves change or in the winter when the foliage does less to obstruct your view. Would hike again.

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Monique Brouillette
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Earl Hensley
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Michael Vinson
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