Mount Agamenticus

The Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region contains 10,000 acres of land and is one of the largest remaining expanses of undeveloped forests in coastal New England. The region is known for its abundance of vernal pools, rich biodiversity, and unique trail system and is home to many of Maine’s rare plants and animals. The trails are rugged, rocky, steep and overall not very easy, but that makes it all the more adventurous and challenging.

For trail map: http://www.agamenticus.org/index.php/recreation-trails/trail-map

For trail descriptions: http://www.agamenticus.org/index.php/recreation-trails/trail-descriptions

Directions:

http://www.agamenticus.org/index.php/recreation-trails/directions

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  • Gan

    I really want to come today but I don't think I can convince the couple I'm hanging out with today to come. I'll see what I can do and call if we decide to come. Have fun and stay warm!

    December 8

  • Collin

    Okay it's settled, tomorrow we hike! :D

    December 7

  • Hannah

    Hey guys! I haven't done one of these meet up events yet so I am not sure entirely how it works, and this might sound like a silly question, but do we just find each other in the parking lot at 12? Also I am excited to meet all of you and go hiking!

    December 5

    • Collin

      Generally we do just meet each other in the lot but if you need to find us orIf you have any other questions, I posted my number :)

      December 6

    • Hannah

      Thanks Collin! I guess I will see everyone tomorrow then.

      December 7

  • Collin

    Hey gang, I want everyone's opinion on this. The high for tomorrow is gonna be 38, if this is too cold for anyone, please let me know and I will postpone it. :)

    December 7

  • Brian

    Hi everyone, I recently joined meetup and would love to go on the hike tomorrow if it's not too late!

    December 7

  • Collin

    If anyone needs a lift, let me know, I can be reached at [masked]

    December 2

  • Gan

    I hear Chief Passaconaway, is buried here. Maybe we could meet up in NH and head to ME together?

    November 30

  • Collin

    For those coming from the NH seacoast, take the Maine turnpike AKA 95 all the way to Exit 7. After getting off there turn left then turn right on Chases Pond Road, after some time Chases Pond will curve left and become Mountain Road and shortly afterward you will turn left on Mount Agamenticus Road.

    November 21

  • Kendra

    Unless I'm thinking of a different mountain, this wasn't a tough mountain to climb at all, but great views of a mountain range and the ocean at the top! It's an old ski resort with a Learning Lodge. I'd be down for another trek up.

    November 1

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