Cutler Coast Professional Review and Guide
"While Maine is famous for its rugged coastline, from June to September many of its most beautiful spots are bustling with activity. In contrast, the 12,000-acre Cutler Coast Public Reserve, located along Maine’s less-traveled Bold Coast, offers crowd-free viewing of ocean scenery that is as spectacular as any other in New England. Protected by the state in the 1990s with the help of Maine Coast Heritage Trust and the Land for Maine’s Future Program, the Cutler Coast offers hikers the option of a 5.5- mile loop or a more rugged 9.1-mile circuit that includes three primitive campsites. The reserve is a land of rocky cliffs, invigorating ocean breezes, cleansing aromas, and melodious birdcalls. Whether a half day, a full day, or multiple days, a journey to Cutler Coast will dazzle your senses and free your mind."