Summer & Fall: When someone says they went hiking what do you envision? Finding your way across the most difficult trails above the tree line or casually walking through a well beaten path in the woods. Whatever comes to mind, Maine has it to offer. From the most difficult paths to make your way through, to your local state park offering well groomed trails, there is a place for all level of hikers. Katahdin is Maine’s highest peak and beckons hikers from all over to find their way to the summit. The final steps of the Appalachian Trail actually end at the summit of Mt. Katahdin. If the difficulty of quick elevations and unpredictable weather is not your idea of taking a hike then enjoy the miles of trails that meander their way through the deep north woods at the base of the mountain. With so many options to choose from you are sure to find just the right spot to take a hike no matter what your comfort level. You can take a hike and enjoy the site around you, the wildlife and the majestic pines that the Maine forest has become famous for around the world.