This Incredible Boardwalk Trail In Maine Is The Most Unique Hike Around
By Michelle|Published May 23, 2018
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Hiking in Maine doesn’t have to mean strapping on your boots for rough and tough terrain. There are a number of trails that are meant for leisurely walks, providing great nature education along the way. And, if you do these enough, you’ll be summitting Katahdin in no time! This easy boardwalk trail in Maine is one of our favorite ways to relax and recharge without the heavy boots and gear.
The Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve is located in the Wells Reserve at Laudholm. You can find it at 342 Laudholm Farm Rd., Wells. You can call them on 207-646-1555. Or, check them out online to learn about their history and upcoming events.
For more ways to enjoy the outdoors in a simple way, check out these 10 easy hikes to take this spring in Maine.
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