Tumbledown Mountain Trail Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Sweeping views, precipitous rocky slopes, and a large, high-elevation pond attract many visitors to western Maine’s Tumbledown Mountain. Most visitors choose the Brook Trail, the shortest and least difficult path, but for a more interesting excursion the Parkers Ridge and Pond Link trails combined provide a slightly longer, less crowded alternative.
While this is a good summer hike, the area’s bountiful hardwood trees each autumn light up in oranges, yellows, and reds, making September and early October the most enjoyable time of year to scale this scenic peak."