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Gorgeous views at the top though! 0000530526 00000 n This is a completely misleading name. 0000010616 00000 n Standing above the Chimney Trail (to the right and pretty much straight down) on Tumbledown Mt. There are a couple of confusing things that I think are worth mentioning. Hiked the loop yesterday. 0000105379 00000 n Watch Queue Queue Fantastic! 0000134525 00000 n Descent on the loop trail was not as steep as the hike up Loop, but in my opinion it was a still a difficult and slippery descent. The views are 100% worth it and so so beautiful. 0000007689 00000 n Attacked with my 5 year old and my mom (63) who is not a hiker...but they did it! Mount Washington and others are visible in the distance. 0000172388 00000 n 0000532552 00000 n Easy first mile gives way to much steeper climb over boulder fields and numerous waterfalls. 0000006302 00000 n This video is unavailable. 0000142123 00000 n 0000061827 00000 n Tumbledown Mountain is a legendary mountain, for many reasons. Going down on brook trail, watch for blue blazes, got off trail on a packed down path. i couldn't get any water after 2 miles in (line froze). The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from May until October. 0 0000092818 00000 n 0000136708 00000 n 0000126670 00000 n Length 5.3 miElevation gain 1952 ftRoute type Loop Hiking Forest Lake Views Wildflowers Wildlife Muddy Rocky Scramble 0000534597 00000 n Wished we had a second car to save us but oh well! If you include walking to top of Tumbledown (you don’t have to do this, it’s a little up and back detour to the left at the top of the loop trail) the whole thing was 6.2 miles by our measurement. 0000010565 00000 n 0000197027 00000 n 0000006580 00000 n 0000020887 00000 n 0000019112 00000 n 0000028835 00000 n 0000201848 00000 n Mountain Project and Access Fund are partners in an effort to protect and preserve climbing areas and the environment. 0000007136 00000 n After about a mile, you’ll ascend over a big hump, the trail will very briefly level out, and you’ll have a fine view of the summit appearing almost vertically in front of you. Blue State Park Maine 0000020154 00000 n 0000136557 00000 n That section, approximately 1.5 to 2 miles in length and in and of itself is ironically not a loop at all. An absolutely stunning 360 view! I'm no where near an "experienced hiker" lol So "Fat Man's Misery" turned into "Fat Woman's Misery" ... it was unlike anything I have ever hiked. Took tumble down trail up which was nuts when you get to the metal ladder through a cliff !! A little slippery and windy today! We took the Tumbledown Brook trail to the top. A little chilly for swimming, but good for fishing. 0000010769 00000 n Highly recommend going up loop trail and down brook. 0000531349 00000 n You are not going to want to walk a mile back to your car after coming down. 0000079430 00000 n This route is one of the most direct paths to the summit, as it rises steeply up the mountainside, eventually intersecting with the Tumbledown Ridge Trail, which provides access to the mountain's peaks. Will hike this trail again. 0000534136 00000 n 0000136673 00000 n There are great views and lots of trails to customize. <<5C99FC0ECA3E9348B8C831B853DC9751>]/Prev 1316506>> Tumbledown Mountain is also located near Coos Canyon, a mountain stream. Went up to the chimney but no further. Looking across Tumbledown Mountain from Tumbledown Ridge. Montagnes à Weld; Parcs régionaux à Weld; Souvent recherché à Weld. I'd call myself a novice hiker.. so for me, this was a challenging hike! I was certain I could go up; not 100% sure about safely coming down. 60 degrees and sunny. It’s so pretty. The trailhead is well - marked and provides a good parking area. parked at Brook. 0000196988 00000 n It is one of the most popular routes up Tumbledown. &����:$�D����3 Aug 25, 2014 - summit of Tumbledown Mountain, Mt. My watch recorded a total of 5.7 miles starting at the Brook trail parking area (it does have signs) to the loop Trail that is about 1.2 miles further up the road on the right. 0000071119 00000 n 0000534242 00000 n 0000534989 00000 n 0000523755 00000 n 0000008106 00000 n 0000113159 00000 n 0000008350 00000 n Our friend Jon “Mountain Man” Moyer mentioned it would be a great one for my DD’s 35 for 35, so I immediately added it to my list. From there, the trail ri… 0000004780 00000 n 0000183921 00000 n Tumbledown Mountain is a mountain in Franklin County, Maine. Loop trail was challenging but views on the top of the mountain made it all worth it. Tumbledown Mountain Trail is a 8.5 kilometer heavily trafficked loop trail located near Weld, Maine that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The Loop Trail ends with an intersection with Tumbledown Ridge Trail, where hikers can turn left and hike 0.2 mile to reach the mountain’s west peak and summit at … I hope you find this helpful. 0000136812 00000 n 0000332773 00000 n 0000010451 00000 n The mountain is a popular hiking spot in western Maine, with trailheads located on Byron Road in unincorporated Township 6, north of Weld. The reality is you can make a loop out of all the trails that are available. This trail network accesses some of the most interesting features and most spectacular views of the Western Mountains Region of Maine. Loop up Brook down. I’m rating the Loop Trail - can’t find that specifically. Great hike up the loop trail and down brook. We came down the Brook trail and back to the parking area. 0000011676 00000 n What an overall challenge and entire body workout! Can’t wait to come back in the summer, and fall. We then descended via the Brook trail and the cars were right there at the end of the day. Brook Trail Trail, 1 mile southeast; Chimney Trail Trail, 1¼ miles south; Byron Notch Gap, 1½ miles southwest; Stockbridge Branch Stream, 2 miles west Discover (and save!) 0000008958 00000 n in western Maine, near Weld. 0000525801 00000 n What a day on tumbledown! The mountain is a popular hiking spot in western Maine, with trailheads located on Byron Road in unincorporated Township 6, north of Weld. Even on busy days on the mountain, I’ve never run into anyone on the ridge. The last part of the loop comes when you reach the top of the Brook Trail, and find Tumbledown Pond. Lots of ice. Nice trail. 0000005888 00000 n It is often associated with Little Jackson Mountain, with which it shares its trail network. And it is worth pointing out that the Loop Trail has its very own parking area, and it’s about 1.5 miles up the road from the head of the Brook Trail. OR (and I highly recommend ) when you get to the top of the loop trail you can like a little detour to the left To the top of tumbledown Mountain it’s self (I think it’s about a half mile), check out the views, have lunch, then descend back down and over to where the pond is. I think people do it, but I have three kids, and there’s no way in hell I would do that. 0000135561 00000 n 0000524992 00000 n 0000141994 00000 n 0000145963 00000 n Lot's of rock scrambling and a pretty steep climb! This looks unusual to me for a Maine vista in that there's no body of water visible in the picture. There is a large parking area located across the road from the trailhead, along with an outhouse for public use. 0000079754 00000 n 0000022122 00000 n The Brook trail is still strenuous but not as much as the Loop. Rick and Linda are going to take the Parker Ridge Trail and meet us at Tumbledown Pond for our picnic lunch. 0000080369 00000 n 0000426333 00000 n 0000006719 00000 n Tumbledown Mountain is located in the western region of Maine, North of Weld. 0000020802 00000 n Went yesterday. The trail itself is 2 rugged miles, and provides stunning views of the Tumbledown cliffs approximately one mile in. About 1.2 miles down, you will run into the parking lot for Loop Trail. Johnny and Michelle were at the top of the trailhead when he took the picture of me. It's a best bang for the buck hike. This was definitely a tough trail. 0000009762 00000 n 0000021553 00000 n As you can see, a few wet areas too. 0000129089 00000 n Standing above the Chimney Trail (to the right and pretty much straight down) on Tumbledown Mt. Pretty Epic !!! Fun hike challenging spots. 0000004816 00000 n All is peaceful on the mountain. This modest 3,000-foot mountain offers a big New England mountain hiking experience. 0000141441 00000 n We met at work shortly before 7:00 am and took a couple of cars up to Weld, Maine. It took 5 hours for us today, but conditions were a little sketchy and snow prevented seeing some ground markers. The trailhead is well - marked and provides a good parking area. 0000021526 00000 n Alpine tarn at summit is highest elevation pond in Maine. 0000010350 00000 n The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from May until October. 0000126439 00000 n Most notably, the most difficult trail up (also the coolest) and the one that has the ladder in it toward the top is called the loop trail. Blazing on the Tumbledown Mountain Trail is very faded but still visible. Well maintained. Tumbledown Mountain Trail is a 5.3 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Weld, Maine that features a lake and is rated as difficult. It’s worth noting that the loop trail really isn’t suitable for small children (let’s say under 8 yo), and would be super sketchy carrying a baby frankly. 0000040614 00000 n Tumbledown Mountain is also located near Coos Canyon, a mountain stream that is an excellent place for a swim during the summer months. 0000009060 00000 n 0000021392 00000 n 0000533377 00000 n 0000131037 00000 n Read something else. I suppose if you had a really small dog that you could just throw in your backpack from time to time it wouldn’t be too bad, but otherwise, a bigger dog, even if it’s athletic, it would have a rough time. 0000050769 00000 n The placement of the rings is a little awkward to maneuver. �ϻ�*2$4�� 8 It’s also not a great section for dogs. 0000114200 00000 n %PDF-1.4 %���� hޜS]HSa~��#�L熃M]��tN�ߜ?�:u?G�$H�\�yхAA!�'A좋%]좋]ZH�M�?թ����'������ы.z���=����~�� h}:@�#a���y�=З�A����v^��_o����ꭄ�F������g�u��m�-��]�K���FO��ʲ�FB���յ��HJL3��)��������3�j,B(0������d�Y�����|m]�K�f���O=�5����ax���L�����1pTg�dˮ0I��_LE�LR���R,�ÄQ?�c1z 6��~�V��b|���\K����c��pe�~���cA)�f�|14� i��+%�8uQ��Nh�ʌO�~����;����&��=�Y1H�n�(�T-sI2�4�����j�RԼ*A��6����$�܊M��Y�ivE�Ea�()�ǃ�B���,@}��i ۹5~0 5�ޚ 0000335657 00000 n Super glad I wore creepers. 0000019139 00000 n Park at the Brook Trail parking lot and walk up the road (about a mile) to the loop trailhead. 0000337657 00000 n 0000534818 00000 n The Tumbledown Mountain trail ascends steeply through the woods, with plenty of exposed roots and rocks on the trail. 0000061757 00000 n The last 20 minutes to the top was absolutely grueling!! your own Pins on Pinterest 0000527643 00000 n 0000534938 00000 n Do people do that?? 0000010883 00000 n 0000008250 00000 n There were five of us from work as well as a couple of our kids, including both of mine. If you don't have an insulated camelback, invest in one because winter is here. One of my favorite hikes in Maine! 0000003876 00000 n This trail is not recommended for dogs due to the presence of a ladder and multiple sections that may require you to lift your dog. And not for sissies. 0000007414 00000 n You will then reach a sign and blue markers (see my … 0000021248 00000 n TOWNSHIP 6 – A New Sharon woman on the loop trail on Tumbledown Mountain fell and broke her ankle Saturday, resulting in firefighters, Maine Game Wardens and members of other agencies mobilizing to transport her back down the mountain. 0000401251 00000 n 0000522931 00000 n 0000011567 00000 n 0000130038 00000 n 0000402737 00000 n This time was very muddy slick, even slipped a few times but caught myself (thankfully because the fall would have been deadly!). It is distinguished by an alpine pond (known locally as Crater Lake or Tumbledown Pond) just below the summit. 0000201648 00000 n 0000521044 00000 n 0000197102 00000 n 0000006163 00000 n 0000534392 00000 n Watch Queue Queue. 0000141623 00000 n 0000534442 00000 n 0000534708 00000 n 0000010299 00000 n 0000425770 00000 n Views are spectacular. 0000534002 00000 n I will say, though, that the top made every second worth it!!! IWhen you get to the top of the loop trail, you can hang a right and you’ll end up at the little lake at the top. 0000336845 00000 n 0000126753 00000 n Tumbledown Ridge Trail The Tumbledown Ridge Trail starts at the pond outlet and traverses East Peak, descends to a saddle where it meets the Loop Trail, and continues to the summit of West Peak. 0000010514 00000 n I'd like to hike it in warm weather and swim in the pond! I saw only 3 people all day. This looks unusual to me for a Maine vista in that there's no body of water visible in the picture. 0000008299 00000 n 0000403231 00000 n Dog-Related Notes: None today but these trails are fine for dogs. 0000010718 00000 n Tumbledown Mountain is a mountain in Franklin County, Maine. The Maine state bird, the black fly, is awake and blood thirsty. 0000183960 00000 n This trail can be used with the Loop Trail and the Brook Trail to make a nice loop hike. It's mostly level on the way in, some up and down but just a pleasant hike. 3000 plus feet in the air rests a charming lake. 0000146187 00000 n 0000006858 00000 n trailer Aug 10, 2017 - This Pin was discovered by The Crux Productions. 0000145592 00000 n 0000534192 00000 n 0000080074 00000 n 0000141109 00000 n Also, I know camping was forbidden this year but I hope to camp up there next year!! 148 were here. I think the same can be said of the Brook trail but we saw a lot of dogs and (to my horror) like a 3 month old baby in a baby Bjorn! Fat mans misery Is definitely a little dicey if you don’t have long legs lol. 0000529486 00000 n startxref 0000534342 00000 n 0000160873 00000 n 0000132661 00000 n 0000338207 00000 n 0000400252 00000 n Some elevation and rock scrambling, although minor, which kept the trail interesting. 0000056781 00000 n 127 0 obj <> endobj One mountain kept coming up; Tumbledown. 0000129147 00000 n 0000080250 00000 n 0000145331 00000 n H�\�͎�@��. 305 0 obj <>stream 0000011935 00000 n I began hearing about this early this spring, but (for some reason)just didn't get to this one...despite the fact that we hiked something almost every weekend. There are two parking lots next to each trailhead. À faire près de Tumbledown Mountain. 0000006027 00000 n I highly recommend this hike but be prepared if you're doing the loop trail....its TOUGH! The summit is quite wide and good for lunch if you can find a spot away from the wind. 0000128483 00000 n 0000334830 00000 n VERY uphill! Much tougher than what I’m used to, with lots of bouldering and a pretty steep incline, but the views and the lake make it absolutely worth it. Tumbledown offers trails of varying difficulty for different hikers. 0000201723 00000 n It's not the tallest mountain in Maine, but exploring the area will provide some incredible views, beautiful plants and even a near-summit pond. 0000035322 00000 n Click numbers to jump to descriptions. 0000534492 00000 n 0000006441 00000 n 0000050450 00000 n It’s just a section of trail (shrug emoji). Brook Trail: The Brook trail begins approximately 4.5 miles down Byron Road. The vistas along the trail are beautiful. 0000534547 00000 n 0000160607 00000 n Loop Trail: The Loop Trail begins roughly 5.8 miles down the Byron Road (roughly 1.5 miles beyond the Loop Trail. 0000019896 00000 n 0000526811 00000 n ����jщ@R/ν��UwX����Ju�d�{��khc{�+2�=��1��O�P���fO��7��h7��}rVE�s�ۖ��'Q�9ŋJ�0���$�?�6u��=v1��ތ�lc�~��nJn���$�� =7_��p$ 0000021143 00000 n 0000022626 00000 n 0000154680 00000 n No children or dogs are recommended for the Loop Trail. Tumbledown Mountain Double-Loop. 0000528651 00000 n Allow 4 hours for round trip. xref 0000154025 00000 n 0000000016 00000 n It is distinguished by an alpine pond (known locally as Crater Lake or Tumbledown Pond) just below t From the chimney to the summit of Tumbledown is a few hundred feet or so. Unbelievable epic hike! Refresh your self with a swim before you climb up to the tippy-top! It's about a mile in to Tumbledown Rock where we start climbing. We took the Tumbledown Brook trail to the top. it was also wet and icy in spots..it's the end of November, so that was expected, but added to the challenge. Traversing across the summit is about 0.7 miles. 0000004664 00000 n LOTS of rock scrambling and climbing. This is really one of the greatest hikes in Maine. Soon we come to Tumbledown Rock, a huge boulder that at some point tumbled down off the mountain. 0000045609 00000 n I found the nomenclature of the trails confusing. 0000400627 00000 n I will for sure be doing this next year and probably every year to come until I can't anymore! Johnny and Michelle were at the top of the trailhead when he took the picture of me. 0000141650 00000 n Be prepared to work and try to take two cars and have one park at the Brook trail end and start at loop trail. Beautiful winter day. 0000172349 00000 n It's a best bang for the buck hike. Tumbledown Pond Pond, 1700 feet east; Little Jackson Mountain Summit, 3700 feet northeast; Jackson Pond Pond, 1¼ miles northeast; Jackson Mountain Summit, 1½ miles northeast; Other Places. According to a statement released by Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Communications Director Matt Latti, Amelia Hutchinson, … Loop Trail, Tumbledown Ridge Trail, Brook Trail, and Byron Road 5.5-mile loop, strenuous Tumbledown Mountain Tumbledown’s Furry Architect -70.558015, 44.731481 The Loop Trail enters the forest across Byron Road from a beaver pond. 0000133552 00000 n Tumbledown Mountain is a mountain in Franklin County, Maine. 0000007550 00000 n 0000007967 00000 n 0000127775 00000 n 0000202128 00000 n 0000534086 00000 n Beautiful views in fall with the foliage, definitely will hike again. I'd heard about this mountain, with its fairly short trails, both easy, and quite difficult and it's beautiful mountain pond suitable for swimming. There is a serious and steep chimney that is dangerous for these two on the Loop. 0000012847 00000 n 0000029110 00000 n It provides many different experiences, depending on your approach. So in June I put together a hike of Tumbledown Mountain and lead the hike. 0000007828 00000 n A breezy autumn day at Tumbledown Pond. 0000521871 00000 n Photo by Ryan Linn . 0000008907 00000 n Loop Trail: The Loop Trail begins roughly 5.8 miles down the Byron Road roughly 1.5 miles beyond the Brook Trail. 0000333600 00000 n 0000010995 00000 n Yesterday, I did a day-hike that ended up being a lot more punishing than I thought it would be, but it was one of the most rewarding I’ve been on in years. Is ironically not a great section for dogs montagnes à Weld in that there 's no body of water in. Hike to Tumbledown Rock where we start climbing can make a loop at all... Parking lot for loop trail - can ’ t find that specifically buck. 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