This Short Hike In Maine Leads To One Of New England’s Only Glacial Erratics, A Fascinating Relic Of The Ice Age
Hiking trails in Maine can be found everywhere. That’s one of the lucky things about living here! But at the same time, with so many trails to choose from it can be overwhelming to make plans for a day outside. That’s why we try to cull together as many great options as possible. Ranging from short to long, easy to more challenging there’s really is something for everyone — and those who enjoy a little bit of geological history will love this hike!
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Daggett Rock and the trail are managed by the Phillips Historical Society, which you can learn more about here.
Michelle has lived in many places, but counts Maine as one of the best. In addition to the smell of ocean water in the air on rainy days in Portland, she loves puppies, photography, funny people, the Maine Red Claws, traveling, fresh tomatoes, Cambodia and filling out forms. For questions, comments and inquiries please email: [email protected]
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