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       The State of Maine, with it's spectacular rugged mountains and rockbound coastline, boasts a number of truly great climbing areas and trails. The majority of these trails are located in the Downeast-Acadia, Maine Highlands, and Western Mountains & Lakes Regions. Popular destinations include Mt. Katahdin, located in Baxter State Park (Maine's tallest Mountain and the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail), and Acadia National Park, located on Mount Desert Island. Also within a 1-2 hour drive of southwestern Maine is Mount Washington, the tallest peak in New England. See the drop-down menu and related links section for more information about rock and ice climbing in Maine, including trail descriptions, Registered Maine Guides, outfitters, rock climbing gyms, and retailers. For a map of Maine (PDF file) click here.

 
4Guides, Gyms, & Retailers:
 
4Routes: Down East & Acadia Regions of Maine

Bar Harbor: Acadia National Park
Clifton: Eagle Bluff
Clifton: Fletchers Bluff

4Routes: Maine Highlands Region of Maine

Millinocket: Mt. Katahdin

4Routes: Mid Coast Region of Maine

Camden: Barretts Cove
Camden: The Rampart
Camden: The Verticals

4Routes: Western Mountains & Lakes Region of Maine

Bethel: Shagg Crag
Waterford: Bear Mountain
Waterford: Squaredock Mountain
West Fryeburg: Jockey Cap

4Related Links: Rock and Ice Climbing in Maine

Mount Katahdin.net: A Photo Guide to Hiking Baxter State Park
NE Ice.com: North East Ice Climbing Information
NE Rock.com: Maine & New Hampshire Rock Climbing Info.

New England Bouldering: Information about Bouldering in Maine
Rock Climbing.com: Information about Rock Climbing in Maine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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