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North Brother Trail

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Steep, open spur trail to the northernmost of the New England 4,000 footers.


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Map Key

0.7

Miles

1.2

KM

Point to Point

4,132' 1,259 m

High

3,405' 1,038 m

Low

727' 222 m

Up

25' 8 m

Down

19%

Avg Grade (11°)

46%

Max Grade (24°)

Dogs Unknown

Description

Begins where the Mount Coe Trail meets the Marston Trail.

Starts flat for a little while under cover of trees, then a short but steep climb up the small boulders that are typical of New England hiking. The trail then breaks out of the tree cover to less steep granite slabs. The top is a cone reminiscent of the summits of the northern Presidential Range in New Hampshire, with large rocks angled in many directions through a 'lawn' of alpine grass/brush.

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Land Manager: Baxter State Park

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Cameron Flynn

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#53

in Maine

#4,128

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Aug 13, 2020
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