Posted on May 22, 2017 and last updated on March 26, 2018

Buck’s and Lapham Ledges, Woodstock

QUICK TRAIL FACTS

  • Preserve Size: NA
  • Trail Mileage: 2.2 miles in network
  • Pets: yes
  • Difficulty: easy to moderate
  • Sights: views, open ledges, summits are around 1,120-1,160 ft.

The hike to both of these ledges is relatively easy given the gorgeous views they provide. Lapham Ledge is just one mile from the parking lot, and Buck is 1.6 miles. The hike to Buck requires a slightly more strenuous climb, but the views might be even nicer than Lapham’s, overlooking Mt. Abram’s ski trails and North and South Ponds. The hiking trails branch off a snowmobile trail — be on the lookout for them as they can be easy to miss. You can make a loop trail here if walk back along the gravel Mann Road.

Maine Trail Finder says these trails are on private land, so be sure to respect the land and wildlife.

Directions: The main parking lot is off Route 26, across from Mills Road. There is room for one, perhaps two cars, at the trailhead on Mann Road, but it seems the residents of that road might discourage parked cars.

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