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Jordan Pond Path, Mount Desert, ME

Jordan Pond Path in Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island, in Maine is a moderately challenging dog friendly hike.  This loop trail is 3.2 miles with views of The Bubbles (South and North Bubble Mountains) and the pristine waters of the pond in the glacially carved valley.  To access the trail, follow the signs […]

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Wonderland Trail, Southwest Harbor, ME

Wonderland Trail in Southwest Harbor, Maine is a popular and easy dog friendly hike.  Located on the “quiet side” of Acadia National Park, this former old gravel road is a 1.4 mile out and back trail through forest, over granite outcroppings to scenic ocean overlooks of Maine’s quintessential coastline.  To be perfectly honest, we did […]

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Wonderland Trail – Southwest Harbor, ME

Wonderland Trail in Southwest Harbor, Maine is a popular and easy dog friendly hike.  Located on the “quiet side” of Acadia National Park, this former old gravel road is a 1.4 mile out and back trail through forest, over granite outcroppings to scenic ocean overlooks of Maine’s quintessential coastline.  To be perfectly honest, we did […]

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Flying Mountain, Southwest Harbor, ME

Flying Mountain in Southwest Harbor, Maine is a dog friendly hike with beautiful views of Somes Sound and descends to a secluded rocky beach at Valley Cove.  Part of Acadia National Park, Flying Mountain is their lowest peak at 284 feet above sea level, with a steep moderate to difficult trail to the summit.  The […]

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New England Dog Hikes

With Fall officially arriving later on this week, we would like to share with you a few of our favorite Dog Friendly Hikes in New England.  Click on the highlighted name for more information, including directions, weather forecast and photos.  For additional tail wagging destinations, please visit our Dog Friendly Places recommendations.  And as always, […]

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Sanford Rail Trail, Sanford, ME

The Sanford-Springvale Rail Trail is an easy dog friendly walk that runs from the Lebanon town line to Springvale, and passes through Sanford, Maine.  Following the former corridor of the old Portland to Worcester rail line, this 6 miles one way trail is a straight, flat walk through forest and neighborhoods, with scenic views of Deering […]

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