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45.014425, -70.645606 DIRECTIONS About Loon Lake Located on the southwest side of Loon Lake, this 780-acre property is open to many different types of recreation.   Access Loon Lake by the dirt road off Loon Lake Road on the left after the RLSC Groomer Barn.   Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story The Loon Lake property is …

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44.907285, -71.044631 DIRECTIONS About McDevitt Woods  Nestled in the hills between Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge and the Dartmouth Second College Grant, the parcel contributes to over 28,000 acres of functionally contiguous land that dominate the headwaters and shore-lands of the Magalloway, Dead Diamond, and Swift Diamond Rivers.  With 2,035’ on the Magalloway River and portions affording magnificent …

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44.838304, -70.710309 DIRECTIONS About Height of Land  RLHT conserved the 512-acre parcel to ensure this spectacular vista remains unspoiled. Height of Land is located along the Rangeley Lakes National Scenic Byway and bordering the Maine Bureau of Public Lands, the Appalachian Trail, Mooselookmeguntic Lake, and Bemis Stream.   You’ll find Height of Land on every map, …

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44.46358, -70.55760 DIRECTIONS About the Adelman Family Easement The Adelman Family Easement is a 170-acre parcel that directly abuts RLHT’s Rapid River Lands adding to the contiguous conservation lands.   Please respect the landowner’s wishes by hunting with permission only and snowmobiling on the established trail.    Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story This easement was donated …

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44.973844, -70.856923 DIRECTIONS About Forest Legacy Located in Adamstown, this 1272-acre property offers sweeping views of Cupsuptic and Mooselookmeguntic Lakes, and there’s over 3.3m of shoreline conserved forever. The Forest Legacy Conservation Area is truly unique within our conservation lands. There’s a ten trail network on the west side of the lakes with opportunities for …

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44.9825, -70.7841 DIRECTIONS About Kennebago 3000 Locally known as Boy Scout Road, this nearly 3000-acre conservation easement centers on a 2.2-mile abandoned railroad bed and the Kennebago River. Explore the railroad bed that’s now a dirt road by foot, bike, or car. There’s flexibility in how you choose to experience the Kennebago 3000 Conservation Area.  …

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44.967829, -70.775952 DIRECTIONS About Rangeley River The Rangeley River Conservation Area has a mile section of shared-use trail that provides access to the Rangeley River’s shores and Mooselookmeguntic Lake for hikers, anglers, bikers, and snowmobilers.   A river-side picnic table and a 0.5-mile side trail toward Indian Rock allow users to explore the Rangeley River …

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44.914664, -70.706210 DIRECTIONS About South Bog South Bog is a 1000-acre working forest with two unique trail experiences; a short interpretive trail highlighting the conservation area’s rich natural resources and a stream restoration effort and a longer multi-use trail to Rangeley Lake.   The interpretive trail leaves from the parking area and follows the eastern …

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