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    Tumbledown Mountain

    Weld, Maine

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    Freedom, ME
    Pathfinder | 67 pts
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    10/14/2018
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    Ocean Park, ME
    Trailblazer | 752 pts
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    7/16/2018
    We went up Brook trail and then down the Loop trail. The weather was perfect for a mild-July day. It was very fun climbing through the chimney using the iron rungs. The chimney is kind of like a tight, small cave. The trail is well kept, very rugged, and challenging, for sure. There are lots of tall stones and some climbing involved. It's a tricky and rocky hike but so enjoyable. The views are gorgeous and the pond at the top is incredible.
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    Gray, ME
    Adventurer | 476 pts
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    6/13/2017
    I'm pretty blown away this is the first review. This hike is an iconic Maine mountain.
    I like taking people up the Brook Trail - plenty of parking, dog friendly, kid friendly albeit a little challenging for kids. The beginning is rather easy, but with a lot of small rocks that can be tricky when wet.
    The elevation gain is not horrendous, there are just a lot of rocks and roots along the way. Before the summit you need to be prepared to fish or swim because there is a gorgeous pond at the top with an island!
    I think the total mileage is under 6 miles.
    Anyway, from the pond you follow a bit of a ridge that can be loaded with blueberries in late august (if you're the first ones there before they are feasted upon by hikers and critters).

    the views from the summit are just too good. on a sunny day you can see for miles and miles and miles including other mountains and windmill farms. I highly recommend bring binoculars, a telescoping fishing rod with the Panther Martin Trout kit (6 pack of spinners) and don't forget your fishing license.

    Great day hike!

    Best,

    Kasey Marsters

    FoxTrickAdventures.com
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    Portland, ME
    Pathfinder | 80 pts
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    8/13/2010
    Tumbledown Mountain Loop trail was semi-difficult for a novice-hiker like myself. Can get very steep in some spots. However, the views were astounding and well worth the climb up!
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    ANSON, ME
    Pathfinder | 131 pts
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    9/21/2009
    The Tumbledown Mountain Loop Trail is a moderate to difficult hike, it is a great hike. The views are great especially with the fall colors
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    Trail Information

    Weld
    Nearby City
    6.1
    Distance
    Loop/Lollipop
    Trail Type
    Difficult
    Skill Level
    4-6 hours
    Duration
    June-Oc
    Season

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