Trails Near Mount Blue State Park - Franklin County, ME

Coordinate

Latitude: 44.73395
Longitude: -70.38784

Nearest City
Weld, ME (3.7 miles away)

Mount Blue State Park, a park located in Franklin County, Maine. Topo map of lat 44.7339 and long -70.3878. Topo maps, latitude and longitude coordinates, and address for Mount Blue State Park.


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  • Mount Blue State Park Trail
    Secluded riding on diverse multi-use trails within one of Maine’s largest state parks. With more than 25 miles of multi-use trails to explore, Mount Blue State Park has become a popular…

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  • Mount Blue
    The cone-shaped Mount Blue offers fine 360-degree views from the tower on its summit. The hike climbs steadily on the old fire warden’s trail, passing the remains of the cabin. The la…

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  • Mount Blue State Park
    Mount Blue State Park is actually a pair of parks. One section lies on Mount Blue itself, while the other section is down alongside Webb Lake. The trails on and around the 3,187-foot Mo…

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  • Snowmobile Strong Maine
    Snowmobile Strong Maine is a hiking trail in Franklin County, Maine. It is 2.3 miles long and begins at 789 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 4.7 miles with a total elevation…

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  • Tumbledown Mountain
    Tumbledown Mountain is not the highest in the line of mountains that stretches from Mount Blue east to Tumbledown, but it is the most spectacular. The climb up the Loop Trail is one of …

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    Trails in Weld, ME - Hiking - 6.1 miles long

  • Snowmobile Hamlin Place Temple
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  • Tumbledown Mountain Trail
    Sweeping views, precipitous rocky slopes, and a large, high-elevation pond attract many visitors to western Maine’s Tumbledown Mountain. Most visitors choose the Brook Trail, the shorte…

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    Trails in Weld, ME - Hiking - 6.5 miles long

  • Snowmobile Its 89
    Snowmobile Its 89 is a hiking trail in Franklin County, Maine. It is 39.6 miles long and begins at 634 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 20.7 miles with a total elevation gai…

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    Trails in Franklin County, ME - Hiking, Trail Running, Walking - 39.6 miles long

  • Snowmobile Temple Maine
    Snowmobile Temple Maine is a hiking trail in Temple, Maine. It is 0.4 miles long and begins at 714 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.7 miles with a total elevation gain of …

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    Trails in Temple, ME - Hiking, Trail Running, Walking - 0.4 miles long

Mount Blue State Park Photos

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