The Maine A.T. Land Trust’s Community Hikes program provides free guided hiking trips to the general public from May to October and then from January to March. There are typically two to three hikes per month (depending on weather) and trips are guided by trained trip leaders. The program has been enormously successful at bringing individuals to the A.T. landscape but they can fill up quickly! The limit for participants is usually 5-8 individuals. If a hike you would like to attend is currently filled up, please email us at to get on the waiting list. Summer hikes will be listed in May, winter hikes will be listed in December, so check back if you don’t see any!




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Flagstaff MH&T Hut Snowshoe

March 2, 2019 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Our snowshoe hike to the Maine Huts & Trails Flagstaff Hut is finally upon us!  On Saturday, March 2nd we will meet at the Long Falls Dam Road trailhead for a guided 2.2 mile snowshoe to the Flagstaff Hut for lunch, and then back, with MH&T trails manager Savannah Steele.  We have the option to make it a loop trip with the Maine Hut Trail/Shore Trail route.  If you have never been to any of the MH&T huts they are an excellent experience.  As a bonus, during the full service season (which is now) they serve lunch and have beer/wine.  We are encouraging all participants in this hike to take advantage of this option since the food is also incredible!  Of course, you are also free to pack in your own lunch also.

A trail map is posted below.  The terrain is relatively flat and the trail is moderate, but the speed and difficulty will depend on snow conditions.  We will keep all participants updated.

You must RSVP to attend this hike by signing up below or contacting us directly.  As always, we will have carpooling which will be arranged in advance.  If you have any questions or need additional information please contact us!


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March 2, 2019
10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Maine Appalachian Trail Land Trust
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