Borestone Mountain
Borestone Mountain is a 40 min drive from Sebec lake lodge. Guides are available from the Outdoor Adventure Company for day trips.

The Audubon sanctuary encompasses 1,600 acres and bordered on one side by the Appalachian Trail. The 3 mile summit climb offers a spectacular array of natural features, including old-growth forest, crystalline ponds, exposed mountain rocks and sweeping views.

A trailside nature center located on the shore of Sunrise Pond includes interactive displays and information about the areaís natural and human history.

Hours: Dawn-dusk Memorial Day through the end of October. Sanctuary gate opens at 8 a.m. Visitors must be off the trail when the gate closes at dusk.

Hiking fees help Maine Audubon maintain the trails at Borestone.

SANCTUARY FEES: Maine Audubon members as well as children under six hike free.
$4/nonmember adults
$2/nonmember students, seniors, and each participant from school and other groups





BoreStone Mountain from Bowerbank just north of Sebec Lake

At rangers station at sunrise pond. Borestone Mountain in back

looking east over green ponds Guilford & Dover Foxcroft in background

Looking southeast from Borestone over the greenwood ponds

Top of Borestone Mountain over looking Lake Onawa and Barren Mountain. Appalachian Trail
 
Lion's Head Mt. Washington 2004



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