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Randall Mountain Trail [PRIVATE PROPERTY]

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Parsonsfield, Maine

Randall Mountain Trail [PRIVATE PROPERTY] is a 1.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Parsonsfield, Maine that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from April until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 1.4 mi Elevation gain 416 ft Route type Out & Back

Dog friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Forest

Views

Private property

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Reviews (25)
Photos (18)
Recordings (19)
Completed (34)
Lauren Simmons
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Morgan Washburne
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HikingMuddyRocky

Pretty much uphill the whole way, took about 30-35 minutes to get to the top. Clear views once you get to the top. It’s a nice hike. Dog friendly.

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Stefanie Ruginski
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Coley McDowell
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HikingBugsRocky

This unmarked trail is hard to find in the beginning but has been used by atv’s recently enough to provide a well traveled path up to the top. Some bugs at the base but at the summit there‘a not so many. A beautiful unobstructed view of Randall Lake is waiting for you at the top, worth the trek! There’s no parking area except the side of the road.

Jacob Nielsen
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HikingBugsOver grown

We were unable to complete this trail. Due to the heavy grass and growth up to your knees. A few ATV’s have been threw this spring but not enough traffic. We had to stop early due to the lack maintaining. We will have to try again soon!

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KateLynn Chase
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Couldn't find the trailhead at all...Decided to try finding Parsonfield Trails (also couldn't find, and didnt allow dogs). Waisted trip to Parsonfield; ended up at Mousam Way Trails!

Pete Nunn
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Hiking

Cool little hike! The path shown on the map is nowhere close to the actual trail though. Starting at the parking area, I followed what appears to be an ATV trail to the summit from which you can enjoy expansive, but not very dramatic views. On the descent, I tried to follow the gps line on the map shown here, but that was kind of a mistake. That path follows a steep course with loose footing and rock slides. After some slow scrambling, I bushwhacked it back to the summit, where I noticed a series of pink tape perhaps marking the trail down. Followed those, but they veered off away from the parking area, so I bushwhacked it again back to my car. Phew! Some good exercise and nice views.

Bryn Davis
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Hiking

Great little hike with amazing views. We encountered a lot of bees and ticks, so wear appropriate clothing. At the base of the trail there are 4 large boulders, you can park there. The trail is a little overgrown but very easy to follow.

Lisa Helms
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Great little hike with the kids! Awesome views. Be aware that if coming in from Randall lake road, the end of the road to connect with maple crest road is impassable except to four wheel drive vehicles with good clearance. It’s not maintained. A very nice man let us park at the end of his driveway and we walked the extra distance up the roads.

Chris Pitot
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Top notch, a good little hike with a big payoff

Jamie D
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Hiking

My family really enjoyed this hike. You’ll hike to beautiful breathtaking views and it’s a nice hike up. Trail is a little grown over but you won’t get lost it’s very easy to follow. Trail starts at 4 large rocks. 4 stars only because it’s not my favorite Mountain I’ve climbed but definitely top 5 :)

Sherri Vaccaro
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Hiking

what a view...you have to climb a bit..but the hike was good...thanks to another's review we got in right away...4 rocks sit in front of trail... again it's so worth the view!

Steven Brook
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First to Review

Start of trail is an old log landing and is a bit overgrown but you can see the trail. 4 large boulders block the area. There is parking. I gave it 3 stares because it is a very quite trail ,with an open ledge on top with a good view of Randall lake.. Trail head is on Maplecrest rd.

Eric Rossignol
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Darin Moody
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Kelli Anne
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Courtney Bishop
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Alex Griffin
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Ashley Meserve
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Daniel Moore
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Melissa Jordan
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Melissa McNamee
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Brandie Felix
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Conrad Conrad Woodman
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Cullin Daggett
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