Katahdin

At 5,267 feet, Katahdin is Maine’s tallest mountain; however, it’s this massif’s location in Baxter State Park, status as the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail, and rich cultural history that cement it as the state’s crown jewel for hiking. Check out the trail reviews here for the Abol TrailHunt Trail, Knife Edge and Cathedral Trail to see for yourself.

The Katahdin Abol Trail Hike in Baxter State Park

Hike Katahdin via the Helon Taylor Trail


A Walk on Maine’s Wild Side: 22 Days Section Hiking the Appalachian Trail

Hike Katahdin Via the Cathedral Trail in Baxter State Park, Maine


Hike the Katahdin Knife Edge Trail in Baxter State Park, Maine

Hike Katahdin Via the Hunt Trail in Baxter State Park, Maine