Maine Trails

Hiking in Maine, located in the northeastern U.S., is known for its jagged and rocky coastline, as well as its dense forests and spectacular waterways.

Maine is home to Acadia National Park, America’s oldest east of the Mississippi, which features old carriage roads and rough-and-tumble trails around weathered granite peaks, giving its 2 million annual visitors a taste of life beside the sea.

Mount Katahdin in Maine marks the northern terminus of the 2,184-mile-long Appalachian National Scenic Trail, generally known as the Appalachian Trail or simply the AT, which extends to Springer Mountain in Georgia.