Harrison Village Library Catalog

Family-friendly hikes in Maine /

by Sarnacki, Aislinn,
Published by : Down East Books, ([Camden, Maine] :) Physical details: xvi, 189 pages : color photographs, color maps ; 23 cm ISBN:9781608935857 (pbk.) :; 160893585X (pbk.) :.
Subject(s): Hiking -- Maine -- Guidebooks. | Trails -- Maine -- Guidebooks. | Maine -- Guidebooks.
Year: 2017 List(s) this item appears in: January Acquisitions--Non-Fiction
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Includes index.

Introduction -- Hiking Through Life -- The Scariest Creature in the Maine Woods -- Preparing for an Easy Hikes -- Hike 1: Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson -- Hike 2: Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park in Freeport -- Hike 3: Orono Bog Boardwalk in Bangor and Orono -- Hike 4: Ship Harbor Nature Trail in Acadia National Park -- Hike 5: Birdsacre, Stanwood Wildlife Sanctuary, in Ellsworth -- Hike 6: Birch Point Discovery Trail in Steuben -- Hike 7: Trenton Community Trail in Trenton -- Hike 8: Beech Hill Preserve in Rockport -- Hike 9: Old Pond Railway Trail in Hancock -- Hike 10: Moose Point State Park in Searsport -- Hike 11: Shore Acres Preserve in Deer Isle -- Hike 12: Lily Bay State Park on Moosehead Lake -- Hike 13: Ferry Beach State Park in Saco -- Hike 14: Quoddy Head State Park in Lubec -- Hike 15: Hirundo Wildlife Refuge in Old Town -- Hike 16: Hundred Acre Wood in Brooklin -- Hike 17: Curtis Farm Preserve in Harpswell -- Hike 18: Northeast Penjajawoc Preserve in Bangor -- Hike 19: Holbrook Island Sanctuary State Park in Brooksville -- Hike 20: fields Pond Audubon Center in Holden -- Hike 21: Torsey Pond Nature Preserve in Readfield -- Hike 22: Witherle Woods Preserve in Castine -- Hike 23: Piscataquis County Demonstration Forest in Williamsburg Township -- Hike 24: South Bog Conservation Lands in Rangeley -- Hike 25: Good Will-Hinckley Trails in Fairfield -- Hike 26: Mingo Springs Nature Trail and Bird Walk in Rangeley -- Hike 27: Range Pond State Park in Poland -- Hike 28: sandy point beach Park in Stockton Springs -- Hike 29: Bog Brook Cove Preserve in Cutler -- Hike 30: Viles Arboretum in Augusta -- Hike 31: Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge in Wells -- Hike 32: Salmon Brook Lake Trails in Perham -- Hike 33: aroostook national wildlife refuge, east loring Division, in Limestone -- Hike 34: Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay -- Hike 35: Sandy Stream Pond and Roaring Brook Nature Trails in Baxter State Park -- Hike Index -- About the Author.

"The vast majority of visitors to Maine are not rugged outdoors types looking for adventure. Yet many of these people still want to enjoy a nice walk or short hike with their kids or parents. In this collection of hikes, Bangor Daily News outdoors reporter Aislinn Sarnacki presents dozens of hikes around the state that will let you experience the Maine wilderness, but won't leave you gasping for breath. Most are short (less than three miles), and all are in the easy/moderate difficulty range. Color photos inform you of trail details and some of the wildlife or scenery you may see on your hikes, and clear maps make sure you make it home for dinner. It's all rounded out with practical advice and information about access to public and private lands" -- Provided by publisher.

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