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Rangeley Lakes Trails Center

Provide public, multi-use recreational trails to residents and visitors of the Rangeley Lakes region.

The Trails Center offers 55Km of groomed nordic and single track trails for cross country skiing, snowshoeing and fat tire biking. Trails wind around giant glacial boulders, through serene woodland ecosystems and over babbling mountain brooks with spectacular views of the Saddleback range and beyond. There are many loops that offer you a choice of trek length, from a quick workout to a day-long outing suitable for a picnic lunch. Dogs are welcome on the Geneva Loop trail and the single track snowshoe trails in the winter months. All of the trails are open during the spring, summer, and fall for hiking, dog walking, and biking. The Trails Center is also home to the Gnome Home Roam, a fun outdoor art exhibit that is a collaboration between the students at the Rangeley Lakes Regional School and local woodworkers.

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