The Appalachian Trail ascends Baldpate's East and West peaks going north from ME Hwy 26. The hiking is rugged, remote, and moderately difficult to strenuous.
The AT runs 10.3 miles to East B. Hill Road. Shelters along this section include the Baldpate Lean-to and the Frye Notch Lean-to.
Trail length: 10 miles
Posted by LaFolie on September 30, 2011
Trail System Appalachian Trail: Maine
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Reviews of Appalachian Trail 152: Grafton Notch to East B Hill Road (Baldpate Mountain Section)
Reviewed by snowman on July 7, 2015
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great views from the top of baldpate mt.came down the mt with a thru hiker headed for Georgia.(breezey)ment my wife at baldpate leanto
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Reviewed by LaFolie on October 1, 2011
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I hiked this trail with my mom, dad, and brother on our way back from picking my brother up from finishing his thru-hike. We hit some of his favorite spots along the trail. I can see why he thought this be to be one of his favorite spots. The trail is beautiful and rugged. We didn't see a single hiker out there! The trails view is 360 degrees from the top. It is definitely worth driving to ME to hike.
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Appalachian Trail 152: Grafton Notch to East B Hill Road (Baldpate Mountain Section)
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