Scenic Drives Trails in Maine
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Scenic Drives Trails in Maine

12
Scenic Drives
26 - 134 mi
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Maine has 12 scenic drives trails. These trails range from 26 to 134 miles in length. The most popular trails are Acadia National Park Cruise, Grafton Notch Scenic Drive and Acadia National Park Scenic Drive. Trails.com member Mary recently completed Mid-Coast Scenic Drive.
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The carriage paths lacing Acadia National Park, on Maine's famous Mount Desert Island, ...
A 27-mile loop that explores the glacier-scoured mountains and rock-bound coast of Acadia ...
The pristine park, covering 201,108 acres or 314 square miles, is rightly called Maine’s ...
A 134-mile drive along the rocky northern coastline of Maine from Ellsworth to West Quoddy ...
An 84-mile open loop through the scenic mountains and Rangeley Lakes region of western ...
A 123-mile drive exploring several of the long finger peninsulas jutting into the Atlantic ...
A 123-mile scenic drive exploring several of the long finger peninsulas jutting into the ...
A 125-mile scenic route through the Moosehead Lake region, the Moose River Valley, and ...
A 37-mile drive that traverses rugged Grafton Notch in the Mahoosuc Range near the Maine ...
A 125-mile scenic route through the Moosehead Lake region, the Moose River valley, and ...
An 84-mile open loop through the scenic mountains and Rangeley Lakes region of western ...
A 134-mile drive along the rocky northern coastline of Maine from Ellsworth to West Quoddy ...
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