Best Easy Day Hikes Greenville, Maine

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Book Description

Featuring a range of hikes covering the coastal and inland areas within an hour's drive of Greenville, Best Easy Day Hikes Greenville is an essential hiking companion. Whether you prefer long or short hikes, populated areas or quiet woods, you’ll have plenty of options, including several lesser-known hikes. Each hike includes concise descriptions, GPS coordinates, and detailed maps.

Look inside for:

  • Casual hikes to full-day adventures
  • Hikes for everyone, including families
  • Mile-by-mile directions and clear trail maps
  • Trail Finder to choose the best hikes for what you need
  • GPS coordinates

About Westrich, Greg

Greg Westrich is a freelance writer and editor. He has published more than forty articles in newspapers and magazines and is the author of FalconGuides' Hiking Maine. He writes regularly for Bangor Daily News' The Weekly. Though most of his work has involved natural history, hiking, and other outdoor activities, Greg has also written stories on everything from Maine wedding traditions to the history of the Bangor Y. Greg is currently writing a new book, and working on an MFA at the University of Southern Maine's Stonecoast program.

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