MAINE TRAILS | MAPS
Maine Trails | Maps resource links include resources and links to: Northern Maine trails, Maine bicycle and hiking trails, Maine travel and recreation trails, snowmobile trails, Aroostook Valley Trail, Maine birding trails and more. Our tourists and visitors, will find Maine offers many choices involving activities for all ages.
American Trails – Maine
American Trails is the only national, nonprofit organization working on behalf of all trail interests, including hiking, bicycling, mountain biking, horseback riding, water trails, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing trails, motorcycling, ATV and four-wheeling trails and snowmobile trails.
Aroostook Valley Trail
Aroostook Valley Trail is a 28 mile trail that connects the towns of Presque Isle, Caribou, Washburn, Woodland, and New Sweden. Riders will find a gravel surface trail that is open to multiple use, year round. Scenery varies from open fields to deep woods, and meanders along many streams and the Aroostook River. Most of this trail is very remote and riders should be prepared for a back-country experience.
Maine Recreation and Attractions
From the iconic lighthouses perched along sparkling bays to Portland’s cobblestone streets boasting award-winning restaurants, Maine offers unique year-round experiences for everyone. Enjoy one of our many ski lodges or spot moose with a Maine guide in the northern wilderness.
Maine Mountain Bike Trails and Maps
Find the top rated bike trails in Maine, whether you’re looking for an easy short bike trail or a long bike trail, you’ll find what you’re looking for. Click on a bike trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
Maine has 13,000 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and our sled resort sits right at the center. Ride to Moosehead Lake, Eustis, Jackman or tour our nearby snowmobiling destinations: Moxie Falls, Coburn Mountain, Grand Falls. Our trails in The Forks combine mountain views with woodsy curves… and lots of darting deer.
Find Maine trails and Maine trail maps for outdoor recreation such as hiking, biking, paddling, snow sports, driving, fishing and more. All of these trails come from published books on Maine destinations and include detailed information with maps, directions and much more.
North Wood Hiking Trails
Northern Outdoors in Maine’s scenic North Woods is at the center of incredible hiking trails. Within minutes of Northern Outdoors Adventure Resort in The Forks, Maine are several great day hikes, including the famous Appalachian Trail. If you want something more remote, check out our Katahdin Adventure Base Camp. It sits right at the edge of the Penobscot River and is adjacent to Baxter State Park, home to hundreds of miles of Maine’s best hiking trails.
The Maine Highlands
The Maine Highlands, nestled in the center of the state, is located just north of The Kennebec Valley. With the city of Bangor as its center, this Maine region features popular destinations such as Mount Katahdin and Moosehead Lake. In terms of size, the area is almost as large as Massachusetts. See the highlighted area on the map on this page for reference.
Snowmobile Trail Maps in Maine
The Map of Maine’s Interconnected Trail System (ITS) is provided through the assistance of many Maine associations and agencies. The trails themselves are through the joint efforts of clubs, municipalities, supporting business and many landowners throughout Maine.
The Best of Maine Trails
The list represents the most popular trails in Maine… helpful to Maine visitors and tourists alike. Use this list to plan your next Maine outdoor trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails; trail finder also available.
Maine Huts and Trails
Maine huts and trails was founded by Mainers who share a vision for preserving naturally beautiful remote areas of Maine. To date, there are four back-country eco-lodges connected by 80 miles of trail open year-round from West Forks to Stratton, with eight more huts planned.
Maine Birding Trails
At Maine Birding Trails, you will find 82 prime sites. This project is coordinated by Bob Duchesne in Partnership with Maine Audubon, the Maine Office of Tourism, the Maine Department of Conservation, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife, Maine communities and birders around the state.