We didn't know there a was a local place to hike until recently. We really enjoyed Mount Agamenticus and will be back next Spring!
Well maintained trail system with several ways to visit and hike. A drive to the top gets you to the 360 degree views, impressive way to see the southern Maine Atlantic and the mountains to the west. Only hiked a couple of trails but judging by the map provided at the marked parking areas there were other trails that we... More
We drove to the top and parked at the summit then descended to the Ring (Turtle) trail. Total distance was probably just under 3 miles. Wear good shoes as this true trail with ascents and descents that can be steep but doable. The forest is pretty with nice views through tree breaks. Many connecting trails so it's possible to hike... More
I take my dog to Mt. A about 3-4 times a month for a hike. The Ring Trail is a gradual hike around the mountain. There are 5 short trails you can take from the Ring Trail to get to the top. Once at the top, there are 2 viewing platforms. From here, you can see the ocean and the... More
A short drive outside of Ogunquit the mountain has several viewing platforms. On a clear day you can see all the way to Mt Washington. There are also many hiking trails that were well maintained.
This is a lovely place to visit to get away to the quiet places in our beach area,great views,you can see Mount Washington on a clear day,and the ocean is always visable,there are the seasons for migrating hawks,lots of trails to hike,take a picnic,learn some nature facts and basically just relax,star gazing is an option at night and of course... More
Great place for a quiet scenic picnic. Not to high, that you are uncomfortable. Plenty of hiking trails, especially for the inexperienced. Views of Maine, NH mountain ranges and the ocean.
This is a reverse hike. You start at the top, hike down the mountain, and then back up! It was such a fun twist. There are a NUMBER of paths, I counted four colors I believe (orange, blue, yellow, and white). It's rocky, and not too steep. Again, the work is really done on your way back up. There is... More
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