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This is the largest loop with the greatest diversity of forest and landscape types. It includes dry upland terrain, early-succession forests, mixed-age softwood, stream-edge and steep ravine slopes, and occasional stands of large mature trees. Two stream crossings add an interesting dimension – the ridge walk along the Pisquid River is especially beautiful.  This trail offers a half-day hike of easy to moderate difficulty.

This loop encompasses a diverse forest structure, including an extensive open hardwood stand extending half its length. The trail is easy to negotiate, a pleasant half-day’s hike.  Two stream crossings make the walk interesting. Also some nice boardwalk over some wet spots on the south connector.