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BikeMaine 2015: Day 6

Ride Description

While the day starts with some challenging hills, things taper off as you approach the coast. Soon after leaving Sweden, head south on Mountain Road to Denmark, along the base of Shawnee Peak Ski Area and the west side of Moose Pond, to Hiram and Cornish. The ride follows the Sokokis Trail, the route once used by the Abanaki traveling from Pequawket (now Fryeburg) to the tribe’s coastal encampment at what is today Saco, through Limerick. Pedaling along the east side of Lake Arrowhead, a man-made lake on the Little Ossipee River, through Dayton and Lyman, and across the Maine Turnpike on the Eastern Trail into Kennebunk.

Ride Highlights

  •   Camp Tapawingo (Sweden) to Kennebunk


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Ride Stats

Type: Road
Length: 75 miles
Difficulty: Difficult
Surface: Paved


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BikeMaine (Bicycle Coalition of Maine)


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