A Hike In Photos - Branch Lake Public Forest

A Hike In Photos – Branch Lake Public Forest

A Great Warm Winter Day For A Hike

Today I hiked Branch Lake Public Forest! The Entrance is blocked with snow so as of 2/23/19 you’ll have to park on the side of the road (Use Caution!) From the Main Rd. You’ll hike about 1 mile in where you’ll find the Parking Lot.

CAUTION**  The First Bridge You’ll Come To Before The Parking Lot Has A Large Hole. 

In 2010, Frenchman Bay Conservancy collaborated with the City of Ellsworth, the Trust for Public Land, and the Forest Society of Maine in order to protect Branch Lake.  Branch Lake is the singular source of drinking water for Ellsworth, eastern Maine’s largest coastal city.  The lake also serves as a source of timber harvesting and public recreation. Learn More About This Trail Here.

Today’s Path

Distance: 3.14 mi – Duration: 1h:28m:10s

 

To Learn More About The Branch Lake Public Forest

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