Douglas Mountain Professional Review and Guide
"Want easy? Think Douglas Mountain. Want views that stretch to the White Mountains, Pleasant Mountain, and the Atlantic Ocean? Think Douglas Mountain on a clear day. Located west of Sebago Lake, tiny 1,146-foot Douglas Mountain gives snowshoers excellent vistas for minimal effort.
The highest of the Saddleback Hills, the Douglas Mountain Preserve sits atop an area that presents views of western Maine and more. In summer the three trails at the preserve are well used by hikers looking for that quick and easy rush. In winter the same can be had, and there appears to be more solitude. For new snowshoers, families, and those who might have slept in on a Sunday morning, this is the route. In under a half hour, you can be at a stone tower that is a gateway to the horizon. Surface quality: Unpacked."