Libby Hill Forest Trails is a 2.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Gray, Maine that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Horses are also able to use this trail.

Length2.9 miElevation gain357 ftRoute typeLoop
Cross-country skiingHikingHorseback ridingMountain bikingSnowshoeingWalkingBird watchingRunningForestWildlifeBugsSnowNo dogs
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Libby Hill Forest Trails consists of over 6 miles of multipurpose recreational trails in Gray, ME. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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sunnie153 .
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steve day
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Kiki&Max S
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WalkingGreat!

Trails are clearly marked, wide, a and well maintained. several "you are here" maps located on trails. Several different loop options. Parking is on opposite side of street from trailhead. Nice woods, didn't see any breathtaking views, but a great spot to exercise.

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Robert Cardona
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Nancy Waye
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Walking

took the snowmobile/ATV trail today, to Enercon business and returned.

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Nikki Seeley
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HikingBugsMuddy

My “ go to” trail system. Can easily choose a combo of trails to complete a quick walk or longer. Well maintained.

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Sondra Gerke
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Hiking

It was a nice walk but don’t believe the map. The scenic overlooks aren’t stopping points unless you like looking at other people’s houses and the rare black gum tree isn’t marked

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Lindsay Strattard
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Tracey Merrill
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Hiking

Glad I had my trail map. Kind of confusing.

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Suzanne Nutting
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Hiking

Nice easy stroll through the woods with easy ups and downs. Well marked. Varied bird life.

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Elizabeth Ronca
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Hiking

I was pretty disappointed the trail to Moose Point was closed. Easy trail.

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Robert Carignan
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Hiking

Crisscross a network of trails: old logging roads snowmobile and ski paths.

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Natalie Robbins
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RunningGreat!
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kl me
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JOC II
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Hiking

Very buggy!! Good trails. First time here will be back. Bug spray next time.

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Crystal Card
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Hiking

Apparently where you park and see a trailhead is NOT where you begin. Turn around 180 degrees and look for a blue sign on the back of a stop sign to point you in the right direction. We were off trail right from the start. Very confusing unless you know to look across the street. Also VERY buggy and we found a tick in us when we got home.

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Matthew Fournier
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John Capalbo
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Mountain biking

Just start it’s a pretty hard-core up climb to the top at the memorial bench but there’s an awesome snake that goes all the way down

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Pamela Edson
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Hiking

April is a great time to hike the yellow loop trail! This time off year in the bog you will find a rookery, lots of blue heron nesting! Take your binoculars! You may also glance a beaver or two swimming! A lovely trail for the whole family!

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Justin Lamontagne
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Hiking

Certainly not moderate. Easy hike flat through the woods. Well marked and wide trails which is nice. No lookouts that we found.

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mia cat
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Hiking

Awesome trail system but it can get confusing with all the ATV/skiing trails intertwined. Right next to the parking area there is a well established looking trail to the right with a big arrow pointing to it on a tree. This was NOT the correct route we should have gone and we ended up quite lost on an ATV/snowmobile trail, granted this was a few years ago before we had AllTrails, and it was during a snowstorm. The actual hiking trailhead is a few hundred yards up to the left winding behind the school. I found the AllTrails map to be way more helpful than the ones printed and displayed at various points there. There are plentiful blazes but even these can be a little confusing at some intersections where they have the same color going in myriad directions.

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Russ Thorgerson
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HikingIcy

This was my very first Hike with the intentions of actually hiking. The trail is clean with great views both from the top and if you take the yellow trail, it gets you back to the swamp. I'm sure its buggy in the summer so bring bug spray. It was challenging but didnt drain me. It is still spring so it was still a little icy in spots but I'm sure that it's all melted by now. I had a great time with my family and will definetly do it again in the summer.

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Donovan Plante
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Easy hiking with well marked trails. Maps of the area at every intersection are a nice touch. Separate trails for skiing, and motorized vehicles. Will definitely hike here again.

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Capt. Lyman Stuart
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HikingSnow

Trail has a coating of snow but not enough for snowshoeing or cross country skiing. Bright sun but cold.

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Lisa Thiel-Wood
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HikingBugsMuddy

Excellent mix of trails. Would rate as easy rather than moderate

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Jeanee Dudley
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HikingBugsOver grown

this is a nice local trail system, and I love that there are blueberry bushes all over the place! the tall grass growth along moose odyssey in the warmer months is very good tick habitat. brought the pup along and ended up pulling more than 30 ticks off him by end of day - yikes!

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Abigail Giggey
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Hiking

A nice winter hike. The trails interweave with groomed cross country ski trails. Conditions today were light snow over old hard packed snow that was a little slick under the fresh stuff. Could have used some micro spikes but got along okay without any. Would be a good snowshoeing trail with deeper fresh snow. There is a nice little parking lot. The trail head is actually across the street from the parking lot. I started off going the wrong way because there is an ATV trail right there by the signage for the trail and I assumed it was the trail but it’s not! Trails are well blazed but the signage otherwise was a little confusing. I followed the blue blazes and then the red blazes and made a nice loop.

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