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Okay, we’ll admit it. “Epic” might be a bit of an overstatement considering this mountain doesn’t require camping gear and dehydrated food. But, that doesn’t make a trip to western Maine’s Tumbledown Mountain any less of a thrill. If you enjoy the outdoors, but aren’t looking to adventure through Maine’s “100-mile-wilderness,” this just might be the perfect mountain for you to explore.
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