Places we Run

Some of the local places we run are listed below:

If you wish to add a route, or add to, subtract, or edit the information on any of our existing routes, please email

Paved Roads

Boyden Lake, Perry - 13 mile loop around lake. Park at the Rt. 1/ Rt.190 junction for another 1.7 miles.

Leighton Point Road, Pembroke - out to the Reversing Falls, also the Cobscook Bay Road Race course

Lubec Boat Ramp to West Quoddy Head - 6.5 miles each way

Machias Blueberry Run - 5 miles  (Route 192 can be very busy with fast moving traffic)

Pembroke town - various quiet loops

Roque Bluffs - quiet roads, swimming beaches in the State Park

Rt. 190 between Perry and Eastport (6-8 miles each way - wide shoulders, views across the Saint Croix)

Sipayik - run alongside the Saint Croix on the old railroad track between the Rt.1/Rt.190 junction and Split Rock on Rt. 190 

Gravel Roads

Bell Mountain Road

Cobscook Bay State Park

Downeast Sunrise Trail - access points at Whitneyville, Machias, East Machias, Dennysville, Ayers Junction, Pembroke, Perry

Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge - Baring

Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge - Edmunds

Ox Cove and Young's Cove Roads - Pembroke Reversing Falls

Rocky Lake Maine Coast Heritage Trust Reserve

Roosevelt-Campobello International Park

Various ATV trails - please join and support your local ATV club first, and give way to ATV's on their trails!

Single Track Trails

Beal's Island

Bold Coast Trails, Cutler - 11 miles of rugged coastal cliffs and inland bogs

Catherine, Caribou, Black, Schoodic, Tunk Mountains

Cobscook Bay State Park

Devils Head Conservation Area, Calais - not a lot of trail but the hilliest set of trails in the area

Herring Cove Provincial Park

Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge, Baring

Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge, Edmunds

Machias River Trail - 5-7 miles - various options

Roosevelt-Campobello International Park

Roque Bluffs State Park

Shackford Head State Park, Eastport

West Quoddy Head State Park

--------------Trail Ratings-----------------

1= great footing, relatively flat, normally double track / dirt roads eg. Sunrise Trail

2= good footing, some climbs, double track, rough dirt roads eg.  Moosehorn Ghost Run course

3= ok footing, trail is runable 90-100% of the time.  eg. singletrack trail at Moosehorn Baring/Edmunds.

4= technical footing (roots, rocks, swamps), some hills. Trail well established but tough, eg. Bold Coast trail.

5= very technical single track, hilly to steep climbs & descents, eg: Catherine, Caribou, Black Mountain trails.