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.
This is a group for young people who absolutely love the outdoors, stay active, want to better get in touch and study nature and who generally want to discover and explore not just the Seacoast area but surrounding areas and beyond. Anyone who'd rather be outside than at home. This group was started to have young outdoor enthusiasts meet and explore the wide open areas, not just hike, bike etc. but to seek, observe and possibly even attain something