Cox Pinnacle Durham / Brunswick

Durham, Maine

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A fun, short jaunt to the top of Cox Pinnacle. I believe this to be a well-utilized park, because the trails are always well trampled throughout the year. Incredibly, I have yet to actually meet another human or dog while walking this small collection of hiking trails. These are very easy-to follow trail markings: blue wooden pieces nailed to the trees. There are several trails that all lead up to the pinnacle, where someone has erected a small stone pyramid (pile of rocks).
Maine Unleashed Mid-Coast Edition

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Maine Unleashed Mid-Coast Edition

by Linn Caroleo (Lone Wolf Enterprises, Ltd.)

A fun, short jaunt to the top of Cox Pinnacle. I believe this to be a well-utilized park, because the trails are always well trampled throughout the year. Incredibly, I have yet to actually meet another human or dog while walking this small collection of hiking trails.

These are very easy-to follow trail markings: blue wooden pieces nailed to the trees. There are several trails that all lead up to the pinnacle, where someone has erected a small stone pyramid (pile of rocks).

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Durham
Length: 1.4
Trail Type: Several options
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 45 minutes
Topo Map: Cox Pinnacle (Durham / Brunswick) Topographic Map
Guide Book: Maine Unleashed Mid-Coast Edition Guide Book
Driving Directions: View Directions
Trail Directions: View Guide

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7/2/2009

Nice place to walk. Very cute little stone structure at the top. Very good trail markings. Good parking area. Man-made bridge across swamp area.

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