White Brook Trail Work Trip

CANCELLED- 4th Mountain Trail Re-Lo Project

CANCELLED- Rescheduled for October 9th! Please join us on September 25th (rain date September 26th) for a fall work trip to relocate part of the AT on Fourth Mountain. The present location is steep, severely eroded in places, and considered to be too expensive to bring it back to proper conditions. This relocation is approximately 1 mile long and circumvents the peak of Fourth Mountain (there was no view anyhow). Both sawyers (felling certification not required) and swampers are needed. Swampers will be clearing undergrowth with hand tools like loppers and handsaws. The plan is to meet up in the […]

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Submit a Trail Report

Did you observe a maintenance or issue on trail while hiking the AT in Maine? Please send MATC a Trail Report providing details and a photo if available regarding an issue or maintenance need on the Maine AT. We will send your report on to our district managers. You can also view current submitted Trail Reports. Thanks for your help. Report Trail maintenance needs to MATC

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Trail Maintainers Wanted – Baldpate District

ALL POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED – 8/6/20 Below are the vacancies for the Baldpate District– The Baldpate District starts at Route 26 and extends northward to Route 4. It also includes the Grafton Loop Trail east of Route 26. FILLED! Sawyer Notch Road to Summit of Moody Mountain: This section is 1.4 miles long but it rises 1200 feet in that span. It is a mix of boulders and spruce fir with some patched of hardwoods. Annual clipping and blowdowns are the typical maintenance tasks. 2 visits minimum.Access is via a woods road (most Subarus can make it) and a short […]

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Trail Maintainers Wanted – Kennebec District

ALL POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED – 8/10/2020 We have a vacancy for a trail section in the Kennebec District– The Kennebec District starts at the Long Falls Dam Road (which is north of New Portland) and continues northward to Route 15 in Monson Lake Hebron Section: This section parallels the shore of Lake Hebron on the outskirts of the historic Appalachian Trail town of Monson. This section of trail has been well taken care of by a soon to be retired, long-time maintainer and is in “move in” condition.The trail section includes 1.50 miles of white blaze from Jackson Brook […]

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