With the fall 2017 Great Maine Outdoor Weekend quickly approaching, the GMOW team wanted to encourage everyone to get outside and explore unique corners of the state of Maine for the upcoming Great Maine Outdoor Weekend. And guess what – the fall 2017 GMOW poster features the hiking gem mentioned in this article!
Check out this recent article in the Portland Press Herald:
On the eastern shore of Moosehead Lake, Mount Kineo State Park is only accessible by water.
…Mount Kineo, situated on a peninsula on the eastern shores of Moosehead Lake, rises to an elevation of nearly 1,800 feet on the largest body of water in Maine. The peak, formed by a glacier that trundled across northern Maine thousands of years ago, has a steep southeast face – basically, sheer cliffs dropping 800 feet to the shore. It’s a dramatic sight that would look more at home on the Bold Coast in Downeast Maine than on an interior lake…
To read the rest of this article, visit this link: http://www.pressherald.com/2017/08/27/its-worth-the-trip-mount-kineo-provides-a-dramatic-sight-with-plenty-of-history/