Mount Coe

Millinocket, Maine

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Mount Coe is a spruce-covered dome west of The Klondike. It’s a small, open summit, offering spectacular views in every direction. The Mount Coe Trail follows a small stream up the steep valley between Mounts Coe and O-J-I. The rocky spine of O-J-I’s summit ridge dominates your view. As you climb, the way becomes rougher, the mossy woods giving way to powdered granite chock-full of irregular boulders. The west side of The Klondike is lined with rugged mountains: Mounts O-J-I, Coe, and North and South Brothers. All four are connected by trails, but it’s not recommended to climb more than two at a time. They’re just too challenging. This hike climbs Mount Coe and then South Brother, making a manageable 9-mile hike. Climbing the huge slide on the face of Mount Coe is straightforward, unless you are afraid of heights.
Hiking Maine's Baxter State Park

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Hiking Maine's Baxter State Park

by Greg Westrich (Falcon Guides)

Mount Coe is a spruce-covered dome west of The Klondike. It’s a small, open summit, offering spectacular views in every direction. The Mount Coe Trail follows a small stream up the steep valley between Mounts Coe and O-J-I. The rocky spine of O-J-I’s summit ridge dominates your view. As you climb, the way becomes rougher, the mossy woods giving way to powdered granite chock-full of irregular boulders.

The west side of The Klondike is lined with rugged mountains: Mounts O-J-I, Coe, and North and South Brothers. All four are connected by trails, but it’s not recommended to climb more than two at a time. They’re just too challenging. This hike climbs Mount Coe and then South Brother, making a manageable 9-mile hike. Climbing the huge slide on the face of Mount Coe is straightforward, unless you are afraid of heights.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Millinocket
Distance: 9.0
Elevation Gain: 3,327 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Difficult
Duration: 6-8 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Maps: DeLorme’s The Maine Atlas and Gazetteer map 50; Doubletop Mountain; Baxter State Park.
Driving Directions: Directions to Mount Coe

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