Hiking Maine's 100 mile wilderness : a guide to the area's greatest hiking adventures / Greg Westrich.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana. (Show)
- 1 of 1 copy available at Eckhart Public Library.
0 current holds with 1 total copy.
- ISBN: 9781493069712
- Physical Description: ix, 227 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
- Publisher: Essex, Connecticut : Falcon Guides, 
- Copyright: ©2023
Contains hike index.
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Introduction -- Wildlife -- Bugs -- Plant life -- Be prepared -- How to use this guide -- Map legend -- The hikes. Debsconeag ice caves ; Horserace pond ; Lower bean pond and rainbow deadwaters ; Rainbow stream ; Debsconeag backcountry, west loop ; Debsconeag backcountry, east loop ; Nesuntabunt Mountain from the north ; Nesuntabunt Mountain from the south ; Pollywog Falls and Crescent Pond ; Pollywog falls and cliffs ; Wadleigh Mountain from the north ; Wadleigh Mountain from the south ; Musquash Ledges ; Tumbledown Dick Falls via the Appalachian Trail ; Tumbledown Dick Falls via Leavitt Pond ; Turtle Ridge from the west ; Turtle Ridge from the east ; Potaywadjo Ridge ; Little Boardman Mountain ; Gauntlet Falls ; White Cap Mountain via Logan Brook ; White Cap Mountain via White Brook ; Hay Brook Falls ; Number Four Mountain ; Baker Mountain ; Indian Mountain ; Rum Pond Loop ; Hedgehog Mountain ; Shaw Mountain ; Indian Falls ; Little Lyford Ponds ; Gulf Hagas from the west ; Gulf Hagas from the east ; Henderson Brook ; Chairback Mountain ; Third Mountain ; Indian Pond ; West Chairback Pond ; Barren Mountain ; Otter Pond ; Slugundy Gorge ; Vaughn Stream Falls ; Big Wilson Cliffs ; Little Wilson Falls ; Borestone Mountain.
"Maine’s 100 Mile Wilderness is one of the most famous sections of the Appalachian Trail – a 97-mile stretch that attracts hikers from around the world. The area’s name derives from the fact that it’s the longest section on the whole AT without a paved road crossing or a town. What most people don’t know is that the region is crisscrossed with logging roads, providing day access to the trail as well as the mountain, ponds, and waterfalls surrounding it. This guide will include more than forty hikes, capturing the best of the great wilderness. Hikes will guide you through a mixture of working forests and preserves. Discover the highest waterfall on the entire Appalachian Trail, remote mountains like Wadleigh, and one of the largest springs in New England. Look inside to find detailed maps, hike descriptions, mile-by-mile directional cues, and much more." -- From Amazon.
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