You’ve Probably Overlooked These 10 Little-Known Maine Hikes Hidden Under Your Nose

The end of summer doesn’t have to signal an end to hiking season. In fact, some of the best hiking in Maine happens when the leaves begin to change and fall foliage turns the landscape into a kaleidoscope of colors. As you gear up for chilly weather hikes, make sure you’re heading out to uncharted territory this year. If you think that means you need to head far off-the-beaten path, think again! These hikes are likely to be new for some people, but they’re surprisingly easy to find.

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To enjoy the trees without heading out into the forest, make a reservation at this restaurant with a decidedly treehouse-feel.