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Related products. Quick View. Some sections are steep and most of the trail is covered in rock. Plenty of water sources on this trail. The Traveler Loop. The Traveler Loop add map link is combination of four trails that provides an extended hike of more than 10 miles, that includes a three major peaks and extending hiking above treeline.
This campground is best reached via the Matagamon Gate at the northeast corner of the Park. No parking reservations are necessary for this trailhead. The Traveler Loop summits three peaks, Peak of the Ridges, The Traveler and North Traveler Mountain and the hike requires a total elevation gain of 3, feet, only feet less than required of a Katahdin hike on the Hunt Trail.
The loop can be hiked in two directions, but we recommend the loop be traversed in a counter-clockwise direction, ascending the Center Ridge Trail from Upper South Branch Pond. We recommend that hikers carry at least 2 quarts of water per person and more on hot days.
This is a strenuous and long hike with extended exposure above treeline, so hikers should be aware of changing weather and prepared for a beautiful, but demanding hike.
Preparation for a Traveler Loop Hike is the same as a Katahdin hike. Or try some suggestions based on the amount of time you have to spend:. I have 2 hours, near Togue Pond Gate. I have 4 hours, near Togue Pond Gate. I have 2 hours, near Matagamon Gate. I have 4 hours, near Matagamon Gate.
If you are day-hiking Katahdin, you may want to ensure your parking spot with a reservation. Please register at one of the two gatehouses coming in. If you do not have Maine plates on your car, there will be a fee for entrance. Do NOT bring pets, firewood, drones, or more than 12 people per party. Know what to expect , and when it changes, know your limits. This is a Park Rule. Park Rule: for every five juveniles, there must be at least one adult.
Plan at least as much time for the descent as the ascent. It takes a long time to get anywhere in the Park at 20mph. Build extra time into your day. Treat it as an emergency communication device.
Save your battery. Enjoy the disconnection. You may take a chance that there will be unreserved spots if you choose to, but you may forfeit your chance to hike Katahdin that day. All other trailheads are first come, first served, and though they may fill up and be closed, there is no reservation process.
Maine resident? After April 1 you can reserve one for any day of the summer. Up to two weeks before your hike. All: until 3pm the day prior to your hike. No more than 3 per calendar month. If these three lots are fully reserved, there are often no-shows and you may have a good chance to get in starting at am when parking reservations expire.
Except for Katahdin access parking lots under the parking reservation system, all other parking lots are first come first served. Skip to content HIKE. PLAN Find a trail, look at maps, read trail descriptions. Parkwide Trail Map. Download trail head map. If you have 2 hours, entering and leaving via Togue Pond Gate, we suggest: Cranberry Pond : This little gem of a walk starts within sight of Togue Pond Gatehouse and winds through the forest to arrive at a small pond with all sorts of bog plants, from cranberries to tiny sundew plants!
Stay on the bog bridges to protect the plants and keep your feet drier! A picnic and short dip in Togue Pond will make the perfect summer afternoon! Katahdin seems to loom straight up from the far shore of the pond and if you approach quietly, you may see one of the resident deer near the pond edge.
Proceed past employee housing down the hill to the end of the road. Shelters over the tables make this a good choice if it is raining. Little ones will enjoy the tadpoles and dragonflies at this location! Mobility limitations? We suggest you visit Abol Pond culverts and Stump Pond. The Abol Pond culverts are approximately 2. Stump Pond is about 2. There is a parking area with a short trail across the road to a viewing platform. Park in the designated day use parking lot.
Walk up the hill to find the campground with rental cabins. You have just enough time to hike down to Big and Little Niagara Falls about a mile walk down Nesowadnehunk Stream from the campground. Alternatively, rent a canoe or kayak and paddle around the small pond with extraordinary views of Katahdin. If you have small children who need to be active, you may want to hike around the entire pond; pick up a guide for the Daicey Pond Nature Trail and learn while you hike!
The Kidney Pond campground spur road leaves the Tote Road north of the sign for the Daicey Pond spur road, winding through bottomland forest and over Nesowadnehunk Stream into this campground.
There is a spacious open picnic area and canoes for rent. Check with the local ranger to see if the rental canoes at these ponds are available. Warning: Because this is a trailhead for the Hunt Trail up Katahdin, the parking lot here may be filled for the day; gate attendants will help you to choose another hike. The hike to Katahdin Stream Falls is about a mile of gradually uphill forest hiking, leading to a bridge across the foot of the falls and several viewpoints uphill, along the side of the falls.
The trail here is white-blazed because you are hiking a portion of the legendary Appalachian Trail, which ends or starts, depending on which direction you are hiking at Baxter Peak on Katahdin! While luck is a big part of wildlife watching, it also helps to approach the pond quietly and keep your voices low when you are in this area. The trail is steep but within 1. This is well worth your time. Take a snack and water with you as well as your camera.
You will have a birds-eye view of Grand Lake Matagamon and speaking of birds, you may be sharing the view with numerous Turkey Vultures that have been roosting on the cliffs of Horse Mountain in recent years. These birds are masters of the thermals and typically ride the updrafts of warming air in late morning in ever-widening spirals. Trout Brook canoe exploration: Trout Brook Campground is 2. The launching area can be slippery.
The current here is gentle but steady as you float out toward Matagamon Lake. Wildlife abounds, ospreys and great blue herons fly above you and ducks and geese forage while a moose may be feeding out closer to the lake. On the way, you will pass a small parking lot for South Branch Falls.
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