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Average Annual Daily Traffic

Low (<2000 vehicles/day)
Moderate (2000-6000 vehicles/day)
High (>6000 vehicles/day)
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Percent Slope

Easy (<2%)
Moderate (2 to 6%)
Hard (6 to 12%)
Really Hard (>12%)

Points of Interest

The Bog (Bangor Land Trust)

Ride Description

This riding area is composed of three connected preserves (Walden-Parke Preserve,Northeast Penjajawoc Preserve, and North Penjajawoc Forest, totalling nearly 600 acres and offering miles of looping singletrack trails through a wide variety of deep forest and wetland. The trails lead to excellent views from the Northeast portion of the Penjajawoc Marsh and also abutt the Veazie Railroad Bed. This primitive trail system is connected to the more widely used paths of the Bangor City Forest to the north.

Ride Highlights

  •   Views of Penjajawoc Marsh

Other Information

Directions: Parking is located along the shoulder of the cul-de-sac at the end of Tamarack Trail or on the shoulder of Kittredge Road 0.5 miles from the intersection with Stillwater Avenue.

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Ride Stats

Type: Trail
Length: 10 miles
Difficulty: Moderate, Difficult
Surface: Unpaved

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Bangor Land Trust

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