Burnt Meadow Mountain Trail

Brownfield, Maine

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An enjoyable hike and scramble to an open summit with panoramic views. This short but challenging hike ascends the eastern spur of Burnt Meadow Mountain to its exposed north peak. The trail climbs steadily with a few steep, rocky pitches along the way before topping out at 1,575 feet. The vertical rise from trailhead to summit is 1,100 feet. This short but challenging hike ascends the eastern spur of Burnt Meadow Mountain to its exposed north peak. The trail climbs steadily with a few steep, rocky pitches along the way before topping out at 1,575 feet. The vertical rise from trailhead to summit is 1,100 feet.The trail begins to the right of the parking area and is marked with blue blazes.
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Discover Maine

by Ty Wivell (Appalachian Mountain Club Books)

An enjoyable hike and scramble to an open summit with panoramic views. This short but challenging hike ascends the eastern spur of Burnt Meadow Mountain to its exposed north peak. The trail climbs steadily with a few steep, rocky pitches along the way before topping out at 1,575 feet. The vertical rise from trailhead to summit is 1,100 feet.

This short but challenging hike ascends the eastern spur of Burnt Meadow Mountain to its exposed north peak. The trail climbs steadily with a few steep, rocky pitches along the way before topping out at 1,575 feet. The vertical rise from trailhead to summit is 1,100 feet.The trail begins to the right of the parking area and is marked with blue blazes.

©  Ty Wivell/Appalachian Mountain Club Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Brownfield
Distance: 2.4
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 2.5–3 hours
Local Maps: USGS Brownfield
Driving Directions: Directions to Burnt Meadow Mountain Trail

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