1,375 ft / 419 m


1,225 ft / 373 m


28 summits

Top climbing months

July   29%

June   22%

May   9%

Most climbed route

Mt Megunticook Trail

"Great day for a hike for four great friends. The weather was clear and cool, with bright sun and a gentle breeze. Who could ask for anything more. We parked at the parking lot at the gate (as the road up to Mt. Battie wasn't open). We paid our $2 each park entry fee and we were off like a heard of turtles. We started out on the Nature trail, up to the Ocean Lookout. Then we took the Tablelands Trail to the tree top summit. From they we went down the Slope Trail. No one had been down the Slope trail and we had to break trail the whole way to the ski shelter. Luckily the snow was only about fou" - bwright, Nov 24, 2018
"Ran into some snow on trail in the valley between Battie and Megunticook, but it wasn't too bad. Got to the Ocean Outlook without much trouble. Weather was perfect. Continued on to the the actual summit without our packs. The trail from the outlook to the summit was completely snow. I would dare say as much as 6 inches in spots. The trail was packed down though, so it wasn't much of a problem. Practically ran back to the the outlook, slipping and sliding all the way. My dog loved it." - mikewilliamsjr, Apr 9, 2017
"Even know everyone wanted to stop hiking on the top of Mount Battie, we continue on our way to Mount Megunticook. My roommate Ryan convinced me to take a longer route up the mountain. Not letting anyone know we trucked on. After about 1 mile and some steep terrain. we made it to the Ocean lookout. There was a great view of Camden from the top. We all rested and drank some beers on the lookout. No body wanted to continue the half mile to the summit, so i went off on my own to hit the summit. I did the half mile and back in less then 10 mins. Not bad right? We all got packed up and started for t" - elbesto, May 27, 2012
"Keith Holland and I scampered up the Maiden Cliff trail a number of times in spring 2010. It offers striking views from sheer cliffs overlooking Megunticook Lake. The steel cross marks where 11 yr old Elenora French fell to her death in 1862." - emeraldverbena, May 18, 2010



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