Kittery Land Trust White Trail

0.9 Miles
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Trail added on:
July 02, 2017
Updated on:
November 27, 2017

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The Kittery Land Trust white blazed trail leads from the parking lot across from Salt Marsh Ln in Kittery Maine over to a meadow within the land trust.

This trail is technically ~0.56 miles one-way, but you'll need to hike at least 0.9 miles total in order to hike out and back. You can either hike the full mile or you can take the Kittery Land Trust Red Blazed Loop Trail back for a different view.

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43.108575, -70.672822

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0.9 miles
Trail added
July 02, 2017
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November 27, 2017
0.9 miles
July 03, 2017

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