Walking Trails – York, Maine
This is a beautiful walk you can take from the Inn.
You’ll be on a small bridge, footpaths and road.
Trails connect York Village to York Harbor by crossing the Wiggly Bridge,
one of the smallest suspension bridges in the United States.
Follow this link to what we like to call, the Morning Glory Inn walking loop,
starting and ending at Morning Glory Inn.
You’ll see them printed out in our Inn for your use.
Cliff Walk, York Harbor Beach
If you’re an early riser, what could be more wonderful than a walk along
a beautiful path along the edge of the ocean? – It’s great any other time of the
day, as well.
You’ll find lots of wonderful walking trails along Mt. Agamenticus, and beauty every step of the way.
An amazing way to see the ocean!
You can drive up, or partway up, if that suits you more, though it’s not steep, just bumpy.
The region is known for its abundance of vernal pools, rich biodiversity, and unique trail system and is home to many of Maine’s rare plants and animals.
State, local and non-profit landowners are working together to protect Mount A’s water, wildlife, and land.
Did you think your getaway could turn into an environmental awakening? Rachel Carson became known as the first environmentalist after her book, “Silent Spring” was published.
These are a few sites to visit near here. In Kittery, a very beautiful spot, which includes a secluded beach, and just north of us, in Wells.
Read or download the brochure of their walking paths here.
A trial just slightly south of us is the Cutts Island trail.
On that page are detailed directions.
Part of the Rachel Carson legacy, the Wells Reserve, about 10 miles north of us is a trip you’ll treasure.
Hiking trails cover a variety of habitats and offer rich opportunities for discovery.
Enjoy seven miles of easy to moderate trails to experience the beauty of south coastal Maine.
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