Trail Running in Portland, ME

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  1. 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.

    Difficulty
    1 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    0.2 miles
    Duration
    The 3.5 mile trail is easy to navigate and should not take more than 30-40 minutes for seasoned runners.
  2. 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.

    Difficulty
    2 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    16.6 miles
    Duration
  3. Twin Brooks contains 4.5 miles of well-manicured trails making it a great place for running.

    Difficulty
    1 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    8.2 miles
    Duration
    If you just want to run all the different loops once, you can expect to finish under an hour. But your run can be as long as you want it to be.
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