Erik Johnson

Glens Falls, Portland

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  1. Whiteface Mountain

    Glens Falls

    Whiteface Mountain in the Adirondacks is a great hike -- and if prefer cycling, it has bike routes as well.

  2. OK Slip Falls

    Glens Falls

    Hike to one of the highest waterfalls in Adirondacks, OK Slip Falls.

  3. Acadia Mountain and St. Sauveur Loop

    Portland

    Escape Acadia National Park's crowded eastern portion and head to Acadia Mountain and St. Sauveur. These two mountains provide wonderful views of Somes Sound, the only fjord on the East coast of the United States.

  4. Back Cove Trail

    Portland

    The Back Cove Trail is a 3.5 mile loop around Back Cove in Portland. It is a popular destination because of its location and the views of the Portland skyline.

  5. Blueberry Mountain

    Portland

    Blueberry Mountain is a great hike with good views at the top. However, the highlight of this hike is a swim in Rattlesnake Pool.

  6. Evo Rock and Fitness

    Portland

    Located in Portland, Evo Rock and Fitness boasts 16,000 feet of climbing surface, making it a great climbing destination for any skill level.

  7. Gilsland Farm

    Portland

    Only five minutes north of Portland, Gilsland Farm is a wonderful place for families to hike and enjoy learning about nature.

  8. Mackworth Island

    Portland

    Just 10 minutes from Portland and home of the Mackworth Island Community Village (for the fairies), this is a great destination for families or for anyone looking for relaxing seaside hike.

  9. Penobscot and Sargent Mountain Loop

    Portland

    This loop across the peaks of two of the highest peaks on Mount Desert Island provides unobstructed views along the ridge and a wonderful hike along the iconic Jordan Pond.

  10. Pineland Farms

    Portland

    Pineland Farms is one the best trail running destinations in the area. The 18.5 miles of trails make this a great spot for serious runners looking for serious miles.

  11. Pleasant Mountain

    Portland

    Pleasant Mountain sits in Denmark, Maine. The climb is steep, but provides nice views of the surrounding area throughout.

  12. Scarborough Marsh

    Portland

    Paddle along Maine's largest salt marsh and explore the 3,100 acre estuary known as the Scarborough Marsh.

  13. Speckled Mountain

    Portland

    Speckled Mountain sits in the Maine portion of the White Mountain National Forest. It provides a good hike with rewarding views of the surrounding peaks, including a glimpse of Mt. Washington.

  14. Twin Brooks

    Portland

    Twin Brooks contains 4.5 miles of well-manicured trails making it a great place for running.