Libby Hill Forest Trails is a 3.2 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. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
cross country skiing
Libby Hill Forest Trails consists of over 6 miles of multipurpose recreational trails in Gray, ME. It offers the chance to see wildlife & is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
Went snowshoeing here and it was great! Nice trails that were insanely well-marked. Best marked trails I've ever been on. In the winter, there are 3 trails for snowshoeing/hiking/mountain biking, and there are many more trails that are groomed and for xc skiers only. It was a little icy, so we ended up snowshoeing instead of skiing. The three snowshoeing trails are connected to one another, so you can get some good mileage in if you want to!
Trails not marked at all.
ended up walking over 2 miles on highway to return to trailhead is it really that hard to paint some markers c'mon man
took trail from northbrook to connect with libby hill trails. good 3 mile jaunt, next time should bring bike.
Easy walk with great foliage
Great geocaching trails. Lots of hills. Sometimes has increased traffic requiring dog to be leashed.
Nice and easy hike!
Good trail to keep a steady pace on. Is easy when you want it to be and holds the potential to be challenging if you up your speed. A lot of good hills for sprints and I didn't get bored of it. Did about 2.8 miles of it and would highly recommend
Went shortly after a thaw and early parts of the trail were quite muddy and uninteresting, especially in the mixed use areas. The middle distances have been logged in the past, and though it is not a moonscape like some logging areas I've been to, it does have an eery open feeling to it with fairly young low growth. Something about the selective monoculture of mature trees that urks me. The farther out you travel the nicer it is with some tree variety returning. Pretty stream and wetland areas at the farthest reaches with signs of beaver activity. I would probably go back again at some point.
Nice little trail system supported by the school system and great for a wander in the woods with the dogs
It's hard enough for beginners to feel like they're doing great work. It's also easy enough for experienced runners and hikers to make a good time of it.
A very pleasant walk
Trails are not well marked.
Great trail system any time of year, winter my favorite. Well marked and maintained. Maps galore along the way.