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Sanders Hill Trail

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Memsochet wrote a review Aug. 2018
North Adams, Massachusetts91 contributions76 helpful votes
The two of us went for a walk: the sign said it could take 3 hours for a 2.8 mile lop. We took just under 2 hours so I hope that means we are in good shape, being 60 or older! Some steep parts, a lovely stream, bothersome black flies but no mosquitoes. Bring water! A fun short excursion. Views were limited due to fully leafed out trees but I’m sure would be better later in the season. Comfortable hiking in the shade.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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blooeyes36 wrote a review May 2017
Lee, Maine21 contributions4 helpful votes
Well marked trail ,moderate rating hike , 2.9 miles up a small mountaina and goes near a stream with a waterfall . Signs of wildlife .
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Roger L wrote a review Aug. 2016
Mount Vernon, Maine, United States57 contributions12 helpful votes
Nice wooded trail, well marked, does a loop. The right trail goes up a mountain, which is steep, but has a nice view of Watson Pond. The other part of the loop is a comfortable hike.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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SeniorTravelME wrote a review Apr. 2016
Augusta, Maine175 contributions52 helpful votes
The trail is a loop of 2.9 miles and can be hiked either clockwise or counterclockwise. There are geocaches on the trail which can make the hike more of an adventure. In the spring, the rushing stream is really beautiful. The trail has roots and rocks, making it more of a hiking experience than a walking trail. Blue blazes mark the trails. It's a nice hike in the spring, summer, and fall. The fall colors reflected in the pond below provide a scenic view. We have been here many times and highly recommend it!
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Date of experience: April 2016
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