hiking
1 month ago

So love being outside not overall impressed with these trails. Map might be nice!

hiking
2 months ago

This trail is all clear! It was plowed a day ago, clear for biking, walking, running.

hiking
3 months ago

I really enjoy this trail. It’s a nice, short, paved trail that I go to when I crave a little nature and don’t have enough time to drive further away. The sound of the river nearby is beautiful.

hiking
4 months ago

I would highly recommend! Beautiful wooded trail. Great for snowshoeing and fat biking! It leads out to some snowmobile trails and then Taylor Field.

trail flooded along river. beautiful hike. kid friendly.

Nice loop walk along the lake and up the hill.

Hike a few weeks ago, was very surprised at the little gem! Adorable little workout area at start of trail, second half a little confusion on markings. Nice walk with river views and access!

This rates as easy for me because of the distance and the one brief section of incline. So compared to the moderately graded Mt. Blue, which peaks over 3000 feet, this is easy. The podoc part of the trail is not marked well. my dog and I spent an hour and ten minutes on this 2.5 mile loop. It is barely used but there is mostly visible trailed marked by natural rocks, leaf litter and pine needle paths. The bugs came out around 10:30 and they were vicious until I put on my deterrent. We trekked under the trees in a beautiful amd undisturbed forest. So undisturbed that I lost count after the 30th time that I walked into spider silk. They are working to rename and combine the trail circuit loop into one trail called the Warren Trail. This info will be helpful to people who are not familiar with the park. *Please update* It costs $6 per adult. When we were done my dog and I called off at the doggy beach just on the East side of the lake. I am a local and plan to hike this frequently!

This is a great hike; my dog and I spent just over an hour to hike, even after getting turned around twice. The sharp incline on podoc trail isn't marked well. Also, the bugs came out at 10:30, so bring a good repellent. When near the lake edge I could here people at the local beaches, but once I trekked into the middle of the trail it was beautifully silent. I did walk through a lot of spider webs because the trail is barely used. And adults must pay $6 to access the park. After our hike I took my dog to the doggy beach just on the east side of lake to cool down. It was beautiful and no one else was around. This trail circuit is currently being updated and renamed the Warren Trail. Updating the info on here would be useful to those who do not know the area. I am a local and plan to hike here on a regular basis!

After the paved area we were a little confused on where the trail went next. Take a right after the info sign. You will travel the fence around the water treatment facility. Cute walk tho with exercise equipment along the way

Decent outing. Trails are nice with a view of the lake.

this was a great hike the first 1/2 mile is paved and there is exercise equipment along the path then it goes behind the sewage plant and, more into the woods very easy hike but make sure you bring the alltrails app because there are a few paths to take along the way and could easily get turned around. But all in all a great hike with scenery along the river

Nice walk with my 5 year old granddaughter.

walking
Fri Jul 14 2017

Despite being in need of maintenance, it's a nice trail with views of the lake and some climbing involved. Arguably the most well rounded trail in the Sebasticook Valley. Folks should know about it and use it. Has bathrooms

Starting at the Pete Debe Park (by walking bridge) is an exercise trail with 5 activities for 0.5 miles of a paved trail with great views of the Gorge. At the end of this trail the Philbrick Trail begins to the right of the Water Treatment facility and to the left along the river is the canoe portage, if keep following the river have great views of the Eddy on a small beach (to dangerous to swim).

hiking
29 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

Showing results 1 - 30 of 51