Maine Fall Hiking Adventures with Zero Gravity
We’re not only into flower! We’re into trees too! As the air takes on a crisp quality and the leaves start to change color, there is nothing better than taking a stroll and smoke through the forest. Luckily being in Maine means we have access to some of the most beautiful spots to take a hike through in fall.
Below are 5 of some of the best simple hikes to take in Maine:
Cadillac Mountain in Acadia
The South Ridge trail will bring you to the highest point on the North Atlantic Seaboard, for exquisite fall views. For the first half of the calendar year, Cadillac Mountain gets this country’s first-morning sun. The trek to the summit is diverse and wide, filled with wildflower patches and thick forests. The peak consists of a bare rocky ridge and boasts views of islands and inland peaks below.
Blueberry Mountain in Weld
Looking for a quiet, path less traveled outdoor adventure? Don’t miss out on Blueberry Mountain. Overshadowed by near bye behemoths Acadia and Baxter State Park, Weld is a modest town, home to only 430 or so residents. The mountain’s peak offers gorgeous autumn views while also living up to its name with an endless supply of blueberries.
Douglas Mountain in Sebago
This family-friendly mountain offers a short hike but massive views. On a clear day, you can see Sebago Lake, Pleasant Mountain, NH’s Presidential Range, and the Atlantic Ocean. Douglas Mountain features two main trails to reach the summit. The mostly flat Eagle Scout trail leads you about a mile through the woods, where you pick up Nature trail, which leads you to the peak.
Mount Megunticook in Camden
Mount Megunticook in Camden Hills State Park is an ideal spot to see some magnificent fall color splashed across the coastal background of Camden. Don’t let the modest elevation fool you, Mount Megunticook boasts picturesque views of Camden harbor below. The hike offers multiple ocean lookout ledges to enjoy the views, including the islands of Penobscot Bay and Mt. Washington.
Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park in Freeport
A family and a pet-friendly gem that provides vast autumn views in a wooded setting right on Casco Bay. Wolfe’s Neck State Park occupies 244 acres on a peninsula and offers multiple trails that lead through the woods and along the rocky coast. Be sure to look out for the park’s most famous residents, the ospreys who you will find lounging on near bye Googins Island.
So, grab a preroll – or a pack – and hit the trails this fall with Zero Gravity Cannabis!