Bald Mountain Pond

One of the hidden jewels of the A.T. in Maine, now protected by the Maine A.T. Land Trust.

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Saddleback Mountain

A historic trail leads up a spectacular ridge to one of Maine’s most famous and iconic summits.

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White Cap Mountain

The highest mountain in the Hundred Mile Wilderness sees improvements and trail relocations.

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Mount Abraham 

A rugged and scenic hike to the largest alpine area in Maine south of Katahdin, which is protected by a conservation easement.

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Crocker Mountain

Crocker Mountain, which is actually two parcels linked across Sugarloaf Mountain, was completed in 2013 as a collaborative project with The Trust for Public Land

Orbeton Stream

The Orbeton Stream conservation easement lies between Saddleback and Mount Abraham and contains a network of hiking and motorized trails.

Redington Forest 

A nearly 10,000-acre working forest easement on lands used for hunting, snowmobiling, ATV riding, fishing, hiking, cross country skiing, and more.

Grafton Forest Wilderness

Comprised of a parcels totaling 1,356 acres of fee lands over which the Maine Appalachian Trail Land Trust will acquire a forever wild conservation easement in the Mahoosucs.

Keystone-Orbeton Cascades

The Keystone parcels in the valley between Saddleback and Mount Abraham form the lynchpin in a conservation landscape that has been over two decades in the making.