Maine Lakes and Mountains Region Biking Guide
Lakes and Mountains Maine Bike Trails – Bicycling Route Information
The long Maine seacoast. The picturesque mountains and lakes. All of this and more makes the Lakes and Mountains region of Maine a glorious place for a bike ride. Whether you choose to take it slow and soak in the scenery or peddle hard and push yourself to the limit the ideal trail is waiting for you to discover it. Ask us about Maine Bike Vacations or share comments. To feature your Maine business, contact us.
Maine Lakes & Mountain Biking Vacations
Rangeley Lake Railroad Bed
distance: 12 miles
Description: This trail has lake and mountain views along the path.
distance: 21 or 73 miles
Description: Plan to spend two days on this splendid and challenging ride that starts from Bethel and heads south through the foothills of the White Mountains with views of three mountain ranges and scenic Evans Notch. The final leg winds its way to Bethel hugging the Androscoggin River.
distance: 24, 53, or 110 miles
Description: This loop is ideal for a multi-day exploration of the lakes, mountains and heritage of Franklin County. It offers the rider spectacular views and history, explained at the many museums and historical societies.
distance: 27 or 74 miles
Description: Old Speck Mtn. Guards the passage through Grafton Notch, one of many hidden scenic treasures in western Maine and a major site on this challenging ride. Lots of opportunities to combine biking and hiking.
distance: 11 or 35 miles
Description: This route passes over constantly changing terrain, rewarding the rider with great views of near and distant mountains and Lake Auburn.
distance: 28, 46, 62 miles
Description: This hilly route explores a marvelous network of country roads hidden in the foothills of western Maine. This is quintessential New England — old stone walls, maple-lined country roads, river views, and gracious homes.
Carrabassett River Trail
surface: hard packed
distance: 14 miles
Description: River and mountain scenic landscape. This is the rail/trail section of the loop ride.
Carrabassett River Trail
distance: 19 miles
Description: A very scenic loop including a section of the rail trail along the Carrabassett River and great views of the surrounding mountains. Not too technically challenging. An excellent ride for beginner mountain bikers or even adventurous riders on hybrid bikes.
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Maine Biking & Bike Trails
Aroostook ME Biking
Fort Kent, Houlton, Presque Isle
Downeast & Acadia ME Biking
Bar Harbor, Blue Hill, Deer Isle, Eastport, Lubec, Cherryfield, Machias
Katahdin & Moosehead ME Biking
Bangor, Brewer, Greenville, Lincoln, Millinocket, Orono
Kennebec & Moose River ME
Biking Augusta, Skowhegan, Waterville, The Forks
Lakes & Mountains ME Biking
Auburn, Lewiston, Norway, Bethel, Farmington, Naples
Midcoast ME Biking
Bath, Boothbay Harbor, Camden, Rockland, Brunswick, Belfast, Searsport
Greater Portland ME Biking
Portland, Freeport, Yarmouth, Westbrook, Cape Elizabeth
South Coastal Maine Biking
Biddeford, Kennebunk, Kittery, Ogunquit, Old Orchard Beach, Saco, Wells, York