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The Inland Trail is an easy hike through conifer woods.


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Point to Point

118' 36 m

High

45' 14 m

Low

73' 22 m

Up

22' 7 m

Down

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Avg Grade (3°)

8%

Max Grade (5°)

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The Inland Trail is an easier alternative to the Coastal Trail and passes through some conifer woods. You won't have quite the same views as the Coastal Trail provides, but the serenity of the trees can't be beat. In a short while, this trail will dead-end into an intersection with the Coastal Trail.

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Land Manager: Maine Bureau of Parks

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Andrew Greene

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Off the Coastal Trail, look closely in the forest on the left to see the tip of West Quoddy Head Lighthouse.
Mar 30, 2017 near Eastport, ME
Low tide offers a unique view of West Quoddy Head Light, one of the many viewpoints in Down East Maine
Feb 28, 2018 near Eastport, ME
The Inland Trail at Quoddy Head State Park is beautifully built and easy to navigate.
Mar 30, 2017 near Eastport, ME
An alien like landscape in West Quoddy State Park, Lubec, Maine
Feb 28, 2018 near Eastport, ME

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Sep 5, 2018
Chris McCloud
Visited as part of Acadia/Maine/NB/New England trip August-September 2018 (after Jiaxin left).
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