Sunday, February 21, 2016

Mount Agamenticus: A February Hike

On an unseasonably warm day in February, I hiked up Mount Agamenticus in southern Maine. It's a great way to stop off if you are going up 95 and could use a break to walk around a bit and see a great view of the White Mountains and the Maine coast at the same time.

I found these deer tracks on the hike up the less travelled backside of the mountain.

Agamenticus was once a ski mountain so several of the trails follow the old rope tows up the slopes. 

At the top, the sun shined through the trees as they towered over me,

This is the view looking over into New Hampshire from this peak in southern Maine. 

The rope tow leads down the northern slope as you look out deeper into Maine.

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