Here are some of our favorite trails in Southern and Mid-coast Maine
Bradbury Mountain State Park, Pownal. 20 miles of technical single-track trails with rocks, roots, hills and mud.
Androscoggin Riverlands State Park, Turner. Home to Maine’s and TMR’s first 100 mile race . 12 miles of rugged ATV, multi-use trails, as well as 10 miles of sweet single-track that Trail Monsters crave.
Pineland Farms, New Gloucester, 15 miles of wide, xc ski trails through woods and fields over rolling terrain. Restricted to skiing and limited snowshoeing in winter.
Twin Brook Recreation Area, Cumberland. 5 miles of wide, xc ski trails through woods with small rolling hills. Race side is restricted to skiing in winter.
Cathance River Nature Preserve, Topsham. 4 miles of single-track trails along the Cathance River
Falmouth Trails, Falmouth.
• Blackstrap Community Forest. 7 miles of mixed snomobile and singletrack. Very hilly.
• Community Park. 5 miles of singletrack through field and forest.
• Presumpscot River Trail. 4 miles of singletrack along Presumpscot river.
• River Point/Piscataqua Trail. 3 miles of technical singletrack along Piscataqua river.
• Falmouth Nature Preserve. 4 miles of technical singletrack.
• Pleasant Hill/Ocean Avenue Trail. 4 miles of technical singletrack.
Hedgehog Mountain Trails, Freeport. 5 miles of trails with a mix of jeep roads and single track. Lots of ups and downs including a loop up and over Hedgehog Mountain. This trail system is scheduled to be increased to 12 miles over the next couple of years.
Thorncrag Nature Sanctuary, Lewiston. 5 miles of trails, consisting primarily of technical, single track over surprisingly steep terrain. The runner is rewarded with beautiful, coniferous, old-growth forest, vernal pools, and a spectacular view of Mt. Washington.
Lowell Preserve, Windham. 10 miles of both narrow single track and wider snomobile trails.
Libby Hill, Gray. 7 miles of both wide, xc ski trails and technical single track. Restricted to skiing and limited snowshoeing in winter.
Camden Hills State Park, Camden. 20 miles of technical, single track mountain trail with spectacular views.
Cape Elizabeth Land Trust, Cape Elizabeth.
Portland Trails, Portland.
Pratt’s Brook Park, Yarmouth.
Mount Agamenticus, York.
Hidden Valley Nature Center, Jefferson. 25 miles of double and single-track trails over rolling terrain.
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