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July 2018

Sugarloaf Mountain

July 28 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Caribou Pond Road, Caribou Pond Road
Carrabassett Valley , ME 04947 United States
Free

Cancelled!

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August 2018

Bigelows/West Peak

August 5 from 8:45 am - 5:00 pm
Free

The forthcoming land trust community hike will be up the Bigelow Range to Avery Peak via the Fire Warden’s Trail on August 5th.  This is the quickest route from the south to the highest point in the Bigelow Range.  The total distance is 10 miles (five up and five back) and this is a strenuous trail. The trail begins at a kiosk on Stratton Brook Pond Road where there is parking (see map below).  The trail follows what used to…

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Old Blue Mountain

August 19 from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Free

The next Maine A.T. Land Trust hike will be up Old Blue Mountain (3,600 feet) from South Arm Road in Roxbury on August 4th at 10am.  To reach the trailhead in Black Brook Notch, drive east on Route 120 out of Andover, and then take a left on South Arm Road approximately a half mile outside of town.  Go 7.7 miles north on South Arm Road to reach the Appalachian Trail crossing.  There is a small area on the right side of…

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September 2018

Rangeley Trail Town Festival

September 1 from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

  What are Rangeley’s best hikes? How can you select food and gear, and still keep your pack light? Learn this and more from seasoned outdoor enthusiasts at the Rangeley Trail Town Festival on Sept. 1 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Try your hand at free games, contests, and activities for everyone—all at Haley Pond Park on Pond Street, near Ecopelagicon. Rangeley is one of only 35 towns along the 2,180-mile AT to be named an official “Appalachian Trail…

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Crockers

September 9 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Caribou Pond Road, Caribou Pond Road
Carrabassett Valley , ME 04947 United States
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Free

The next Maine Appalachian Trail Land Trust community hike will be on Sunday, September 9th at 10am, to the Crockers in Maine's High Peaks region.  From Caribou Valley Road in Carrabassett Valley, this hike will be 3.6 miles up to first South Crocker and then (north) Crocker Mountain, then back down for a total distance of 7.2 miles.  This is a strenuous hike on one of the great stretches of the A.T. in Maine! You must RSVP (in case of…

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High Peaks Green Drinks

September 11 from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tumbledown Brewing, 805 Farmington Falls Road
Farmington, ME 04938 United States
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Hosted by the Greater Franklin Food Council and the Maine Appalachian Trail Land Trust, this casual event is an opportunity for the residents of the High Peaks Region to come together over a beer and talk about the social and environmental issues that they care about. $10 donation at the door. One free beer courtesy of Tumbledown. More beer available for purchase. Family friendly- Free for all under-21. Snacks, kettle corn, and non-alcoholic beverages available!

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Goose Eye

September 15 from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Free

Our latest Appalachian Trail community hike will be up 3,862-foot Goose Eye Mountain in Grafton Notch on September 15th at 9am!  For many years this mountain was only accessible for a day hike by heading over to New Hampshire at Success Pond Road.  The Wright Trail, an official Appalachian Trail side trail, was constructed to provide for a direct route to the heart of the Mahoosucs, in particular the State of Maine-designated Ecological Reserve area which covers most of Goose…

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Arnold Trail-A.T. Hike

September 22 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Great Carrying Place, Carry Pond Road
Bingham, ME 04920 United States
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Free

In 1775, the American Revolution was underway and the British hold on Canada was tenuous.  British troops were thinly scattered through Canada, mainly at Quebec City, Montreal and smaller garrisons in the Great Lakes.  General George Washington, newly inaugurated in July 1775, approved a two-pronged invasion of Canada designed to deal a serious blow to the British and further the American cause by bringing the Canadian territories into rebellion. Thus began one of the great episodes in Maine history, chronicled…

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Great Maine Outdoor Weekend – MYTaSC Fall Stewardship

September 29 from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Cleanup on one of the Maine Appalachian Trail Land Trust's awesomest lands! Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/VscSJ4lUkavOKgOw2 The Maine Youth Trail Stewardship Coalition is hosting a Fall Stewardship Weekend September 28-29 in Kingfield, Maine! The work trip will be Saturday, September 29 and we will offer free accommodations on Friday, September 28. THE LOCATION: Mt Abram - host of the second largest alpine zone in Maine THE WORK: We will clean up refuse from the broken firetower on the top of the mountain…

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October 2018

Little Bigelow

October 6 from 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Free

Our next A.T. community hike will take place on October 6th – we will be tackling Little Bigelow, the long, lower peak at the east end of the Bigelow Range.  This hike is approximately 6.2 miles in length and should take from 5 to 6 hours start to finish.  It features spectacular views of the Bigelow Range, Flagstaff Lake and Maine’s High Peaks.  Maine Trail Finder rates it as a Moderate to Advanced hike. The trailhead can be reached by…

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