Everyone From Beginners To Advanced Hikers Will Enjoy A Day At Borestone Mountain In Maine

There are quite a few areas in Maine to get outside and enjoy a hike. We love all the fresh air that can be found in every corner of the state. One of our favorite things is bringing visitors from away to our favorite outdoor areas so they can also experience just how lucky we are to be here. The only problem is that a large group often includes people with varying degrees of hiking experience. That’s why we love this spot. With trails that can fit a variety of hiking, this is a must-visit.

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The Borestone Mountain Audubon Sanctuary is open year-round with a $5 fee for non-members. Many visitors say it’s best to plan on hiking in the summer and early fall from June through September. You can learn more about it on alltrails.com or by visiting Maine Trail Finder.

Another great place to show the state off to your friends from away is by visiting one of our beautiful swimming holes. You’ll want to spend all day at Coos Canyon, a waterfall-fed pool in Maine!

Address: Borestone Mountain, Northeast Piscataquis, ME 04443, USA