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Our Favorite Hiking Trails in Auburn

Hiking Trails in Auburn Maine

Maine is known for its beautiful scenery. The state offers endless opportunities for outdoor activities that visitors and residents can enjoy, including an abundance of hiking and walking trails. Below are a few of our favorites for you and your family to enjoy around our hometown of Auburn.

Mount Apatite

Mount Apatite is a 325-acre, 7.5 mile extensive set of trails in western Auburn. The trails are rated as easy and moderate so they're perfect for all ages and abilities. Beyond just hiking, users can mountain bike, run and in the winter months, cross-country ski.

Auburn Riverwalk

The Auburn Riverwalk is a 1.6-mile paved trail that runs through the old mill district of Auburn and it's twin city of Lewiston. The top of the trail features a place to picnic and allows you to view various activities throughout the year including a brew festival and balloon festival. 

Spring Road Trail

Spring Road Trail follows the northwestern shore of Lake Auburn with many viewpoints along the way that allow you to enjoy the vast views of the lake. The trail is short at just 2.1-miles on way and is rated as easy.

David Rancourt River Preserve

The David Rancourt River Preserve offers two different types of hiking trails. One splits into a woods trail, while the other follows the shoreline of the Androscoggin River. There are two sandy beaches and scenic overlooks along the trails making for a truly breathtaking walk.

We hope you enjoy these as much as we do! If you have any questions about Auburn, contact Meservier & Associates.

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