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Tumbledown Mountain Professional Review and Guide
"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 the most challenging in Maine, but the views from the top of the trail and then at Tumbledown’s summit are worth the work. The hike along Tumbledown’s summit ridge to Tumbledown Pond offers fine views and interesting bedrock beneath your feet. The pond sits in a rounded bowl between Tumbledown and Little Jackson Mountains. It is a popular place to rest and soak in the mountain scenery."
--Greg Westrich, Hiking Maine: A Guide to the State's Greatest Hiking Adventures (Falcon Guides).
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