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This trail is one of about 15 places on the Harpswell Land Trust map. It is a beautiful hike through woods, but along a cove that permits ocean views along most of the hike. It is not too difficult, but you have to be mindful...More
At first we thought this was going to be just another hike. In fact my kids wanted to turn around. But our decision to continue on was so worth it. There were no seals on the rocks but that was because they were hunting fish...More
We did the Byles' Point Loop (east side of the road).
The South Loop is easier than the blue-blazed access trail leading from the parking lot, and is a pleasant woodland ramble suitable for a multigenerational group wearing sneakers. There is a lovely old stone...More
short walk to seal rock from the parking lot. (east walking trail). early may and the seals were out on the large rock outcropping in the water. the trail is newly designed, and not significant, but it was worthwhile to see the seals. it isn't...More
We took our two grand-daughters (6 and 9) here to get them out of the vacation rental house for the morning. We had driven by the trail sign several times and decided to give it a try. The trail is very well marked. About 15...More