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Stone Mountain [CLOSED] is a 4.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Brownfield, Maine that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 4.3 mi Elevation gain 1,555 ft Route type Out & Back

Dogs on leash

Hiking

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NOTE: The trail is closed temporarily by the landowner for logging until further notice. There will be an announcement on the town website once the trail has re-opened: www.brownfieldmaine.org

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Robbie King
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Kelsey Kenny
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Hiking

Great trail, park at the boat ramp about 1/4 mile up the road (this lake is fun to swim in when you get back to your car :)) and walk to the trailhead. I went up blue which is pretty steep incline for 2 miles but was at the summit in no time-quick hike great views! Went down yellow and did the extra leg to the third summit. So many ripe blueberries along the trail it was awesome!

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Fredericka Lohr
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Is this place still closed as of May 1?

Jenna Heffernan
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Closed due to coronavirus.

Courtney Bowers
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Not well maintained, just pay attention to the flagging on the trees

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Dennis Morton
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Hiking

Great hike, part of the trail goes thru a logging operation. Trail is well marked and good walk for the dog!

Cole Prediger
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Hiking

Not as nice a view as burnt meadow, but def still worth checking out.

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Andrew Stancioff
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Nice moderate hike. We went up the Blue and down the Yellow. very well marked trails. Was surprised by how well traveled and maintained the trail is for being in a somewhat remote part of the state.(from the coast) It took us about 2h 15 min, the mosquitoes and black flies kept us moving along. We did not go up Stone Mountain as planned....next time.

Tim Ramsey
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Hiking

Although the trail is poorly makes is several areas it is worth the hike. The summit is filled with blueberry bushes, but the view is obscured by trees. The geography varies from rocky, heavily wooded and logged.

Danielle Shaw
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A difficult walk in the woods, 2 hours and 15min up and now time to go down. prob wont do this hike again.

Dennis Morton
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This is a really nice hike/climb, even the section thru the logging area. The cutting was interesting to see where the skidders worked. The trial is clearly marked. Hiked in September and was able to find water for my dog.. I would recommend this as nice walk in the woods!

thomas patterson
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views not as good as neighboring Burnt Meadow. Blue Blazes were. difficult to spot in places. went off trail in places especially in the woods where newly fallen leaves covered it.

Kettric Midura
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Hiking

Much less traveled than Burnt Meadow Mountain, but a good time. Twin Brook runs through some heavily logged sections. Yellow blazes are hard to find at times. Initial climb from the trailhead is steep, but levels out for mostly forest settings with light to moderate hills until you hit Stone Mountain trail. The Climb to Stone Mountain is pretty consistent with a good hill climb 20-40° inclines most of the way to the brush and tree covered summit. Over the summit to the Southeast is a great exposed rock out cropping that gives way to great views. Lots of yellow jackets, wasps, and flies kept our visit to a quick lunch before descending.

Steven Brook
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First to Review

A good Trail, but have logged the lower1/3 watch your marks ( yellow ). Good view at top, lots of Blueberry's.

Brian Ciemian
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Suzie Tanski
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John Roberts
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Kathrine Brages
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Mike Cardell
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dani varney
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Frank Sinnock
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Donald Frost
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Sage Walker
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Katrina Ellice
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Stacey Mitchell
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Kettric Midura
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Pete Talbot
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