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Douglas Mountain - Hiking


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Why choose a trail at Douglas Mountain?

Douglas Mountain or Douglas Hill is a small mountain in Sebago, Maine, United States. It is named after early European settlers John and Andrew Douglas and was first settled by United States citizens in the 1830s. It is part of a small range called the Saddleback Hills on the west side of Sebago Lake. In 1892, the mountain and surrounding area was purchased by Dr. William Blackman, a New York surgeon. He constructed a sixteen-foot stone tower at the summit, which provides panoramic views of the surrounding area. The Nature Conservancy later purchased and protected the land from development and later handed over to the town of Sebago for public recreation.

Douglas Mountain is a beautiful mountain located in Maine. At 2,145 feet, it's not the tallest mountain in the state, but it's definitely one of the most popular. The views from the summit are stunning, and on a clear day, you can see for miles. The mountain is also home to a variety of wildlife, including black bears, deer, and moose. There are several trails that lead to the summit, so it's perfect for hikers of all levels. If you're looking for a challenging hike with amazing views, Douglas Mountain is definitely worth checking out.

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Douglas Mountain, Sebago, ME 04029, USA

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Starting Point

The Douglas Mountain trails are located in the town of Turner, Maine. To get to the trails, take exit 63 from I-95 and head east on Route 4. The trails are located on the left side of the road.

Why visit Douglas Mountain

The Douglas Mountain in Maine is a great place to visit because of its stunning views. The mountain is located in the town of Rangeley, which is in the western part of the state. From the summit of the mountain, visitors can see for miles in every direction. The mountain is also home to a variety of wildlife, including deer, moose, and black bears.

Is Douglas Mountain in Maine a good place for the whole family?

There is no definitive answer to this question since what may be a good place for one family may not be ideal for another. Douglas Mountain in Maine is a great place for hikers of all levels, and the whole family can enjoy the views from the summit.

Things not to be missed

Hiking and mountain biking are popular activities at Douglas Mountain. The trails are well-marked and provide beautiful views of the surrounding area.

Hiking, mountain biking, bird watching, and picnicking. Douglas Mountain is a great place for a hike with its moderate elevation gain and well-maintained trails. The mountain bike trails are also popular, as is bird watching, thanks to the many species that can be found in the area. There are several picnic areas with tables and grills, making it the perfect spot for a family outing.

Where to eat?

1. The Douglas Mountain Grill - A hidden gem of a restaurant located at the base of Douglas Mountain in Maine. Offering a wide variety of dishes, The Douglas Mountain Grill is sure to have something for everyone.

2. The Douglas Mountain Pub - A cozy pub located at the base of Douglas Mountain in Maine. Offering a wide variety of beers and pub fare, The Douglas Mountain Pub is the perfect place to relax after a day on the slopes.

3. The Douglas Mountain Cafe - A quaint cafe located at the base of Douglas Mountain in Maine. Offering a wide variety of coffee and pastries, The Douglas Mountain Cafe is the perfect place to start your day on the slopes.

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