Hiking Trails Near Farmington, ME
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Hiking Trails Near Farmington, ME

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Farmington has 14 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.8 to 22.4 miles in length. The most popular trails are Bigelow Range, Moody Mountain and Old Speck. Trails.com member Scott D. recently completed Bigelow Range. See all Farmington trails.
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The hike out to South Pond meanders through the woods and offers some prime views ...
Before you start, you’ll have sweeping views of Mooselookmeguntic Lake to the west. Once ...
The Old Blue Mountain hike starts off with a grueling climb up the side of the mountain, ...
Moody Mountain starts off with a steep, aggressive climb, but overall it’s a nice ...
Old Speck is a strenuous but scenic hike. As Maine’s third-highest mountain, Old Speck ...
The highlights of this overnight hike are four mountain tarns. You will hike by Page Pond, ...
The Mahoosuc Range is the most rugged section of A.T. in the state of Maine. A lot of ...
The Baldpates and the spectacular waterfalls of Dunn Notch are the outstanding features ...
This relatively difficult hike features the four open peaks of the Bemis Range and the ...
The ponds of Maine are beautiful, and on this hike you experience not just one pond, but ...
At nearly 3,500 feet in elevation, Speck Pond is a beautiful tarn located between Old ...
This short, woodsy hike leads to the impressive Dunn Notch Falls. The West Branch of the ...
Snowmobile Farmington Water Crossing Trail is a hiking trail in Farmington, Maine. It ...
This lollipop hike visits two picturesque waterfalls, one more than 50 feet tall, as well ...
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