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Snowmobile in Penobscot
Penobscot,  Maine
                          Wallamatogas Mountain Area  
Trails on this property and  in this  areas have now been purchased and are private
property of Blue Hill Herritage Trust.   These are not  maintained trails !    Because of
their   " NO ATV's" allowed policy,  these trails are no longer maintained by local riders
who have used
and taken care of them for the local community  for Atv's , sledding,  
hiking, and  cross country skiing at no expense
for many many years.
These trails are not recommended for the bigger sleds.  Trails  are rocky, tight areas which are
narrow and seldom groomed . Sled damage or scratches may result at high speeds due to trail
conditions. This is true back woods trail riding.
 Hikers and Cross Country Skiers use the  
Penobscot Trails heavily,,,,,,,,,,,,   Share The Trails,,,,,, Ride with Caution  !!
Maps & Information
Snowmobile Report and Trail Conditions
When the ponds are frozen, the trail from Orland can be used all the way to the former C & G
Growers  in Sedgwick.   GAS / FOOD / BEVERAGES  Available  at  Northern Bay Mkt. Penobscot
Village.  Check  the Northern Bay Market for business hours before heading that way.

Take a ride on the Penobscot loop    from Gilpin Trail to Wights Pond ,  then North on Wights Pond to
North Penobscot,  then to Toddy Pond,  Back towards  Alamoosook Lake,  via  Duffys Restaurant Trail.
Gilpin Trail ( Formerly ITS # 10 ) to Togas Mt.    &    No. Penobscot to Wight's Pond, Sedgwick &  Blue Hill

Trails being used in North & South Penobscot may have trees down from this fall's windstorms and are
used by local residents only.   Ice crossings may be unsafe,,   No grooming being done
Save these local trail map data files
for your Magellan Explorist GPS
Or make printable maps  with Delorme Atlas
or similar map producing software