Trip report

Mt. Agamenticus Three Hills Hike

Half Day Hike DATE: 11/06/2021 - 11/06/2021

Trip/Event Location: Ogunquit, ME

Trip Leader(s): Gandalf , JDNnh

Max # People: 10

Trip Guiding / Event Fee: No, I will not be asking participants for money

Difficulty Level: Moderate

This hike is more challenging that the usual up and down to the summit!

Come for an exhilarating hike at a lower elevation in southern Maine that affords incredible 360 degree views with autumn

Driving directions to the location and spot to meet at:

Directions to Mount A from the South (using Route 1):
Take I-95 North into Maine. Take Exit 7, York (the last exit before the tollbooth for the Maine Turnpike).
Follow signs to Route 1 North (keeping right after the exit ramp). Turn left onto Route 1 North.
Approximately 3.5 miles after turning onto Route 1, turn left on Mountain Road (Across from Flo’s Hotdog Stand). Follow Mountain Road for approximately 4 miles to a stop sign after crossing the interstate. Turn right and continue on Mountain Road for approximately two and a half miles from the interstate overpass. There is a gravel parking lot on the right where we will begin our hike. We are driving a blue Toyota Tacoma Truck.

Directions to Mount Agamenticus from the North:
Take I-95 South to Wells (exit 19).
Turn left from exit onto route 109. Go 1 ½ to 2 miles to route 1.
Turn right (south) onto route 1.
Follow route 1 into Ogunquit and through “downtown.”
At the flashing yellow light hanging over the road, turn right onto Agamenticus Road (turns into Clay Hill Road). Continue about 4 miles (crossing over the Maine Turnpike) to the T-intersection at the end.
Turn right onto Mountain Road and follow it for about 1 mile.
There is a gravel parking lot on the right where we will begin our hike. We are driving a blue Toyota Tacoma Truck.

Trip Report/Photos
Featured Photo

A gorgeous bluebird day to hike! Chilly, but not overly cold. Jon and I were wearing shorts. Great hike of the beautiful trails as we hiked to the three hills of Mt. Agamenticus near Ogunquit, Maine. Moderate climbing overall. Beautiful blue skies on top of Mount A with excellent views to the Whites and Atlantic Ocean, no clouds, and just a whisper of wind. Just amazing! We meandered to the nearby two wooded hills enjoying each other’s company, engaging with other hikers we met, and had the third hill all to ourselves for lunch. Nice hiking with our GayOutdoors buddies as always. Special welcome to Jim and Rob on their first GO adventure.Just a great day to be OUT!   

Mike and Jon

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