Hiking Trails Near Greenville, ME
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Hiking Trails Near Greenville, ME

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Greenville has 21 hiking trails. These trails range from 1.6 to 10.2 miles in length. The most popular trails are Indian Falls, Burnt Jacket Mountain (Greenville) and Gulf Hagas. See all Greenville trails.
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Experience spectacular wilderness without compromising on comfort and amenities for the ...
Described as the “Grand Canyon of Maine,” Gulf Hagas is a deep gorge where rushing water ...
Standing atop Mount Kineo’s summit tower, you are blessed with an extraordinary panorama ...
The hike follows the Appalachian Trail (AT) southbound from the Pleasant River to the ...
Third Mountain is a rocky knob near the center of the Barren-Chairback Range. The Third ...
Gulf Hagas is one of Maine’s deepest canyons. The hike follows the West Branch Pleasant ...
This hike follows the Laurie’s Ledge Trail down from the trailhead to Nation’s Nature ...
A short, but very steep trail winds up Indian Mountain to Laurie’s Ledge and an overlook ...
The way the crow flies, Indian Falls is only a few miles from Little Wilson Falls. Both ...
Burnt Jacket Mountain is a rounded dark green cone that rises from a peninsula that sticks ...
The trail up Number Four Mountain switchbacks up the steep-sided mountain with occasional ...
Big Spencer Mountain’s open summit offers fine views in every direction. The trail, being ...
This is one of the most challenging hikes in this guide. The climb is very steep, crossing ...
Little Kineo Mountain is part of the same rhyolite formation as Mount Kineo. The mountain ...
The hike to Tumbledown Dick Falls passes two remote ponds, follows Tumbledown Dick Stream ...
This fairly long but easy hike explores a granite landscape of cliffs and ponds. There ...
Mount Kineo seems to rise out of the middle of Moosehead Lake. It’s part of the largest ...
The two Notch Ponds don’t sit in a notch. Rather they are nestled against the shoulder ...
Eagle Rock is an exposed promontory at the end of Big Moose Mountain’s northwest ridge. ...
Big Moose Mountain dominates the skyline west of Moosehead Lake. The trail climbs through ...
This short, but very steep, hike climbs Indian Mountain to Laurie’s Ledge and an overlook ...
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