Crocker Mountain, at 4,228 ft (1,289 m) is the third highest mountain in Maine after Sugarloaf Mountain, and is traversed by the Appalachian Trail (AT). A glacial cirque called “Crocker Cirque” is located between the main summit and the lower summit of South Crocker Mountain. Crocker Cirque contains a small pond and can be reached via the Appalachian Trail, and this video will take you there!
The Narrow Gauge Pathway runs along the Carrabassett River from “downtown” Carrabassett north to Bigelow Station. Approximately 6 miles in length, it has lots to offer…Along the Narrow Gauge Pathway there are several mountain bike single track trails as well as access to Maine Huts and Trails trail corridor.
The rich history of logging in Maine’s High Peaks region is impossible to ignore. Every summer the Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum on rt 16 in Rangeley have their Logging Festival. The museum doors are opened, there’s live music, a bean hole bean supper, artisans as well as a Lumber Jack and Lumber Jill competition. Fun for the whole family!
At the junction of RT 4 and RT 17 in Oquossoc you’ll find the Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum. Voted best sporting museum in New England by Yankee magazine it’s a must if your in the area. Learn all about the Rangeley Lakes Region’s rich sporting history. This summer four new exhibits will be unveiled and they will be offering historic area tours, fly fishing casting instructional clinics and much more! FMI: rangeleyoutdoormuseum.org