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Sabattus Mountain Loop Trail, ME
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This hill is in the town of Lovell, and is one of the small peaks with a nice loop trail to get some exercise. It is very popular with the locals and visitors alike. It is almost completely under canopy with only a small section along the ridge of the top, and the peak itself being exposed. There are 2 benches and lookout areas at the top with a pretty nice view of Lake Kezar and the surrounding area. Almost all trees and green with a few houses scattered about here and there that you can see through the mesh of trees.

It can get crowded on weekends with visiting families, and you'll almost always find someone else on the trail somewhere along the loop, unless you know the right times to go and have it to yourself. When it rains, and when it's humid is your best bet.


The most popular way of doing the loop is going counter-clockwise, as the trail is a little more gradual on the incline. Tugger and I almost always go clockwise, as it seems like more of a push.

A great little gem for some quick exercise.
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 Southern, ME
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Difficulty 2 of 5
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Distance Round Trip 1.3 miles
Trailhead Elevation 800 feet
Elevation Gain 1,300 feet
Accumulated Gain 500 feet
Avg Time Round Trip 45 mins
Kokopelli Seeds 3.8
Interest Peak
Course Loop Hike
Author uphill_junkie
Descriptions 2
Routes 7
Photos 1,181
Trips 703 map ( 6,934 miles )
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Location Tucson, AZ
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3  2016-08-25 uphill_junkie
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Backpack   No
Preferred   Sep, Jun, Jul, Aug → Any
Seasons   Spring to Autumn
Sun  7:01am - 4:02pm
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by uphill_junkie

This hill is in the town of Lovell, and is one of the small peaks with a nice loop trail to get some exercise. It is very popular with the locals and visitors alike. It is almost completely under canopy with only a small section along the ridge of the top, and the peak itself being exposed. There are 2 benches and lookout areas at the top with a pretty nice view of Lake Kezar and the surrounding area. Almost all trees and green with a few houses scattered about here and there that you can see through the mesh of trees.

It can get crowded on weekends with visiting families, and you'll almost always find someone else on the trail somewhere along the loop, unless you know the right times to go and have it to yourself. When it rains, and when it's humid is your best bet.


The most popular way of doing the loop is going counter-clockwise, as the trail is a little more gradual on the incline. Tugger and I almost always go clockwise, as it seems like more of a push.

A great little gem for some quick exercise.
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    Directions
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    FR / Dirt Road / Gravel - Car Okay

    To hike
    From Fryeburg, take Rt. 5 north to Sabattus Mountain Rd. and turn right. Follow it all the way until you see the dirt road take off to the right. This is still Sabattus Moutain Rd. There are trail signs past the white house on the right (go slow, they hate when you speed by their house!)

    From N. Lovell, take Rt. 5 south to Sabattus Mountain Rd. and follow directions above.
    page created by uphill_junkie on Nov 16 2016 3:05 pm
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