Bigelow Fire Warden’s Trail

Bigelow Fire Warden’s Trail

The five-mile Fire Warden Trail climbs (sometimes steeply) up Maine’s sixth highest mountain, which actually boasts six separate peaks. The Bigelow Preserve gets less attention (and less traffic) than big parks like Baxter and Acadia, and as such, you won’t have too much company in the cool hardwood forests and on the rocky ridges on the way up.

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