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Our family hiked the Brook Trail to the summit with two toddlers five and three years old and an infant 6 months old. Some tips, bring a hiking backpack if hiking with children. We had an Osprey rigid hiking pack for the infant and a...More
My family has been vacationing in Weld and Wilton, Maine for over 10 years. This is one hike we look forward to each year. I am writing this review from this year's vacation in Maine and we are hiking Tumbledown today!
We hike to Brook...More
What a great hike. This is an intermediate hike good for families with slightly older energetic kids. Not good for babies or toddlers. We hiked for over 4 hours so try to start early or at least by noon. The view at the top was...More
My wife grew up visiting Weld and always wanted to see the lake that was on top of the mountain. After looking and reading about each of the trails, we decided on the Brook Trail as it's the most direct. The first 2/3s of the...More
We took the brook trail to summit which is the quickest way to the top, the last quater mile was tough but we'll worth the hike. Spectacular views and the pond was beautiful! Approximately 3 1/2 hours out and back. One of my favorite hikes.
Some trails are moderate. Some are challenging. There's a lake at the top to enjoy. Connects with Little Jackson Mountain. Nice view of the western mountain range. Most photographed mountain in the area!
The most difficult 5 hour hike I've ever done, and a little scary looking down when you're climbing up the waterfall before Fat Man's Misery, but I'm SO glad we took the time to do this hike! It was incredibly rewarding, and we even went...More
Took the easiest trail, the brook trail, several miles in from paved road. The last several road miles are rough, glad we left the delicate Prius at home. It's nearly two miles up to the lookout, where we ended our hike, by a lovely pond,...More