Bald Pate

Mountain

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bridgton, maine

About Bald Pate Mountain

Bald Pate Mountain Preserve located in South Bridgton has it all! Great views, family friendly hiking, groomed ski trails (for a small fee), hunting, and snowshoeing. The preserve consists of 486 acres of forest, meadows, granite-topped scenic vistas and boasts a pristine ancient pitch pine forest atop its summit. The 6.7 mile trail network offers an array of recreational opportunities and views.

Trails are easy-to-moderately difficult. Great for kids! All hiking trails are marked and signed and are maintained by a dedicated group of local stewardship volunteers.There are two parking areas for Bald Pate Mountain Preserve. The main area is off of Rt 107. Access to the Micah Trail (room for 4 vehicles) is off Moose Pond Cove Rd, on the left hand side.

Trails & Maps

Bob Chase Trail / Scenic Loop – 0.8 miles. Blue trail markers. 300′ elevation gain. Easy to moderate. Shared XC ski trail in winter.

Foster Pond Lookout Trail – 0.7 miles. Red trail markers. 300′ elevation gain. Shared XC ski trail in winter.

South Face Loop Trail – 1.5 miles. Orange trail markers. 370′ elevation gain. Peak located on this trail. Beautiful views!

Moose Trail – 1.0 miles. Yellow trail markers. Easy. Shared XC ski and ATV trail for a section.
Pate Trail – 0.1 miles. Green trail markers. 360′ elevation gain. Moderate, steep.

Micah Trail – 0.6 miles. White trail markers. Easy Access via Moose Cove Lodge Rd.

Town Farm Brook Trail – 2.0 miles Purple trail markers. Moderate. Access via Town Farm Rd (no parking). Connects to LEA’s Holt Pond Preserve and 1.5 miles of hiking trails.
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