Lagrange Rail-Trail

Lagrange, Maine

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This rail-trail takes its guests through a delightful stretch of rural Maine not often seen by tourists. The trestle bridge at the end of the trail is particularly noteworthy. Surface: Packed gravel. Location: Piscataquis and Penobscot Counties. The trail passes through farmland and meadows before reaching another crossing at 1.9 miles. For the next mile, the trail takes you through a forest of pine and birch. At 3.8 miles the trail become densely wooded on both sides. At 4.4 miles, the path crosses a paved town road, followed by a second crossing at Route 155. Use caution at these crossings—the traffic moves quickly. For the next couple of miles, the path traverses farmland and light forest, opening up to a marsh on the left at 5.7 miles. There are road crossings at 7.2 miles and 8.0 miles as Medford Road crisscrosses the path.

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"This rail-trail takes its guests through a delightful stretch of rural Maine not often seen by tourists. The trestle bridge at the end of the trail is particularly noteworthy. Surface: Packed gravel. Location: Piscataquis and Penobscot Counties.
The trail passes through farmland and meadows before reaching another crossing at 1.9 miles. For the next mile, the trail takes you through a forest of pine and birch.

At 3.8 miles the trail become densely wooded on both sides. At 4.4 miles, the path crosses a paved town road, followed by a second crossing at Route 155. Use caution at these crossings—the traffic moves quickly. For the next couple of miles, the path traverses farmland and light forest, opening up to a marsh on the left at 5.7 miles. There are road crossings at 7.2 miles and 8.0 miles as Medford Road crisscrosses the path."

Activity Type: Birding, Cross-Country Skiing, Fishing, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking, Rail-Trails, Walking
Nearby City: Lagrange
Distance: 12
Trail Type: Shuttle
Surface:
Access: Moderate
Best Times: Open year round
Local Contacts: Bureau of Parks and Recreation, Department of Conservation
Driving Directions: Directions to Lagrange Rail-Trail

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May 2018