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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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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National Park Service 100th Anniversary Hike – Mount Abraham!
August 27, 2016 from 8:30 am - 5:00 pmFree
The Maine Appalachian Trail Land Trust’s hike to celebrate 100th Anniversary of the National Park Service will be on Saturday, August 27th, starting at 9am! This is a challenging, 9.1-mile hike (total distance) that traverses varied terrain via the Fire Warden Trail. This trail meanders through woods before climbing steeply and emerging on a rocky slope above treeline. It is a great hike on one of Maine’s most spectacular and important mountains.
More information about the trail can be found here: Maine Trail Finder
You must RSVP for this hike by entering your info below! You can also email us at email@example.com or call 207-808-2073! That way we can update you on weather or other changes to the itinerary. For those of you who want to follow others to the trailhead, we will meet at a nearby store before heading in on the logging roads. We will meet there at 8:30am. Details will follow when you RSVP.
Come along and celebrate the NPS 100th with us on one of the Appalachian Trail’s most special regions!