Mountains

There are 14 peaks in Maine above 4,000 feet

  • Mt. Katahdin (Baxter Peak)

    Mt. Katahdin, ME
    Elevation: 5,267 feet

  • Mt. Katahdin (Hamlin Peak)

    Mt. Katahdin, ME
    Elevation: 4,756 feet

  • Sugarloaf Mountain

    Carrabassett Valley, ME
    Elevation: 4,250 feet

  • Crocker Mountain

    Carrabasset Valley, ME
    Elevation: 4,228 feet

  • Old Speck Mountain

    Grafton, ME
    Elevation: 4,180 feet

  • North Brother

    T6 R10, ME
    Elevation: 4,151 feet

  • Bigelow Mountain (West Peak)

    Dead River, ME
    4,145 feet

  • Saddleback Mountain

    Sandy River, ME
    Elevation: 4,116 feet

  • Bigelow Mountain (Avery Peak)

    Dead River, ME
    4,090 feet

  • Mt. Abraham

    Mt. Abraham, ME
    Elevation: 4,050 feet

  • South Crocker Mountain

    Carrabasset Valley, ME
    Elevation: 4,050 feet

  • Saddleback Mountain (The Horn)

    Madrid, ME
    Elevation: 4,041 feet

  • Mt. Redington

    Redington, ME
    Elevation: 4,010 feet

  • Spaulding Mountain

    Mt, Abraham, ME
    Elevation: 4,010 feet

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- Gita Pullapilly and Aron Gaudet, The Way We Get By and Beneath the Harvest Sky

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