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snowshoeing
9 hours ago

This is a super chill hike with nice scenery. Summer months get a bit busy. It's also a great place to take the dog. In the winter, this is a great little trail to do some snowshoeing.

This is a nice trail that includes some good views of Clarks Pond even though it is bordered by a mall and highways. A little noisy but a good workout. In winter I saw signs of hikers, fat tire bikes, and cross-country skiers.

2 days ago

Very cool rock formations. Trails are not well marked... if at all. Will have to go again and explore more!

Great winter hike. Moose tracks and easy trail to follow.

3 days ago

I completed this hike in October. I’ve never seen such a beautiful colors...or stunning views of New England fall foliage before this. The loop is challenging, but rewarding. Do this as an in and out if you want to avoid very steep climbs and a chimney climb. Not for the faint of heart.

on Mount Katahdin Loop

3 days ago

Strenuous, but very fulfilling! I’ve climbed this mountain twice. It’s life-changing. Do it..

great snowshoeing trail

Amazing, beautiful hike! Very ICY! Take proper precautions

cross country skiing
4 days ago

Perfect day for cross country skiing especially on the Game Warden trail. This trail is remote enough to keep the snowmobiles away giving you peace and quiet.

had a great time night hiking in the fresh snow.

This trail is groomed in the winter so it makes for a good winter hike. You should wear microspikes as there are some icy sections. Winter views are better than summer.

This was one of the more memorable hikes of my life. I did it late in the season (knifes edge had just iced over a bit), and was the only one on the mountain. And no bugs! I would highly recommend doing this early winter, if of course the park ranger says it’s not too dangerous. There aren’t many days in life that are memorable, but I’d imagine for most that hiking this mountain is one.

This was a lovely winter hike in mid January. The lower half was hard packed snow; the snow was mostly gone from the upper half. A slow running brook provides amazing ice patterns and hoarfrost.

8 days ago

beautiful, spacious air with a nice breeeeze!

Loon Echo recently added some nature information signs which are quite informative and should be great stop and discuss places for families. Thank you LEA.

Was a nice hike! I would say moderate is correct, rock scramble may be a little challenging for some but do-able! Went up the Blue and down the Yellow, yellow trail is marked very poorly so give yourself time to walk down. Have to stop at each yellow marker and find the next at a few points on the way down making it very confusing due to the logging that was done...

The views are incredible. Be advised that currently on the southwest trail it’s slabs on slabs of ice. You will want micro spikes for sure. Great challenge though. Definitely going back

This could be a great trail, but it needs work trimming branches to clear the path and better signage in several places.

Don’t write this one off because it’s short and easy. The view of surrounding mountains from the top is well worth it.

walking
13 days ago

Pleasant walk except for having too many biting insects.

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