When it comes to hiking in Maine, the summit of Katahdin is the ultimate achievement.
Maine’s tallest mountain stands at 5,269 feet, and there are a number of different trails that hikers can take to ascend and descend Katahdin. And while some are harder than others, none are easy.
But the views are amazing.
From the rugged terrain of Knife Edge to the expansive 200,000-acre landscape that makes up Baxter State Park below, here’s a taste of what it’s like to climb Katahdin.
Chimney Pond Trail
Northwest Basin Trail
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