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Off The Beaten Path
Borestone Mountain in the Fall
by: Photojournalist Barry-Scott Hall

Borestone Mountain

At 1,947 feet, Borestone Mountain is a small but rugged mountain with a bare summit and two peaks. This is a great family hike. Total distance is only four miles.Borestone Mountain in Northern Maine

Directions: Reach the trail by driving south from Greenville on Rt. 15. Take a left on the Elliottsville Road ( look for the Appalachian Trail sign). Proceed 8 miles to Big Wilson Falls. Cross over the bridge and take your next left. Cross the railroad tracks.

Trail is approximately .1 miles on the right up a private road. Park on the main road, on the left. A small fee may be charged by the Audubon Society property caretaker.

The Society owns the land around Borestone. They have developed interesting nature stations along the trail. Have a fun hike.

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