This Trail Leading To Multiple Waterfalls In Maine Is Often Called The Grand Canyon Of The East

There are tons of trails in Maine that allow adventurers to explore beautiful landscapes and natural features. And best of all, it doesn’t even matter what part of the state you’re in! Step outside your door and you’re bound to find a hike, walk, or even a short path that leads through impressive scenery. We always have a running list of the explorations we’d like to do and the hike we’re featuring today is always near the top!

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

The Rim Trail and Pleasant River Tote at Gulf Hagas can be accessed any time of year, but always be careful when conditions are wet or snowy as any trail can become slippery and dangerous quickly. Bring the pups along for the adventure, but be sure to keep them on a leash. You can learn more about visiting by checking out this page on alltrails.com. Or you can visit Maine Trail Finder. The entry fee for the area is $11 for Maine residents and $16 for non-residents.

If you love the idea of being close to nature in a more remote part of the state, we’ve got another area to plan on visiting. You can stay in a Maine wildlife refuge at the four-season Tomhegan Wildlife Cabins.

Address: Gulf Hagas Trail Head, Katahdin Iron Works Rd, Monson, ME 04464, USA