• Mahoosuc Pathways, Inc.

    • Non Profit Organizations
    • Biking & Shops
    • Hiking/Walking Trails
    • Skiing & Snowshoeing - Nordic
    14 Main Street, Office #4
    Bethel, ME 04217
    (207) 200-8240
    Hours:
    All day every day. However, if you want to find us in the office we're there most days M-F.

    About Us

    Mahoosuc Pathways is a Maine nonprofit corporation developing, maintaining, and promoting multi-use recreational trails in the Mahoosuc region.

    Our work connects communities in the Mahoosuc region, read more
    • About

      Mahoosuc Pathways is a Maine nonprofit corporation developing, maintaining, and promoting multi-use recreational trails in the Mahoosuc region.

      Our work connects communities in the Mahoosuc region, supports healthy lifestyles and our local economy and fosters respect for landowners and our natural resources.

      The trails will be primarily developed for non-motorized use, such as walking, bicycling, mountain biking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. We are also promoting local existing trails on our website and in cooperation with Maine Trail Finder (www.mainetrailfinder.com)

      See our projects or find a local trail at our website and join us on Facebook for current information. Feel free to send us an e-mail if you have any questions or would like to join our organization.

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    • Member Events

      Monday Aug 19, 2019
      Looking for people to chat with on your morning walk? Need some motivation to get out of the house and on the trail? This group meets every Monday morning for approximately 45 minutes of gently-paced walking on the Bethel Pathway. This paved path leaves from Davis Park at the intersection of Route 26 and Parkway, and meanders along the Androscoggin River. Benches along the way provide for rest stops, if needed. This group is made possible by Second Nature Adventure Challenge, Mahoosuc Land Trust, and Mahoosuc Pathways. ...read more
      Monday Aug 26, 2019
      Looking for people to chat with on your morning walk? Need some motivation to get out of the house and on the trail? This group meets every Monday morning for approximately 45 minutes of gently-paced walking on the Bethel Pathway. This paved path leaves from Davis Park at the intersection of Route 26 and Parkway, and meanders along the Androscoggin River. Benches along the way provide for rest stops, if needed. This group is made possible by Second Nature Adventure Challenge, Mahoosuc Land Trust, and Mahoosuc Pathways. ...read more
      Saturday Sep 14, 2019
      Welcome to the inaugural Mahoosuc Ridge to The River Challenge! And by ''challenge'', we mean dirt, rough trails, steep cliffs, mountains...factor in serious elevation and some good old fashioned ''blood, sweat and tears''. This years' trail running race will reward 10k'ers with farms, paved and logging roads, beautiful views, forests and trails, while an additional 8 mountain peaks, stunning vistas, and the soon-to-be-infamous (and possibly despised) Spruce Cliffs and Aftershock await the half-marathoners. Oh, and then there's the Maine Brew Fest and food trucks at Sunday River...more about that later:) We'll update with specific course details as we keep exploring. Plan on a moderately difficult 10km course, suitable for newbie racers, hikers, and seasoned runners; and a doozy of an adventure for the half-marathon. True to it's backcountry nature, this event offers approximate distances, and may differ year-to-year. This is not your typical 10k or 13.1....put aside your plans for a PR and gear up for your new yearly challenge. This event is hosted by three local non-profits working together to promote trails, healthy lifestyles, conservation and community. Find more information on these organizations by clicking on them: The River Fund, Mahoosuc Land Trust, Mahoosuc Pathways. ...read more
      Sunday Sep 22, 2019
      This challenging Second Nature Adventure Challenge hike is a rewarding end-of-the-season excursion. Climb the platform at the summit for incredible views all around. Leaders from Mahoosuc Land Trust, Mahoosuc Pathways, and Western Foothills Land Trust will guide your way on the trail. Wear layered clothing and hiking boots; bring plenty of water and food. We'll meet at the Appalachian Trail parking lot in Grafton Notch at 8am; email us to arrange for carpooling. ...read more
    • Directions

      Office: 14 Main St. #4 Bethel, ME 04217

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