Location: Mount Abram Township, 20 miles south of Carrabassett Valley, Franklin County
Description: The Mount Abraham Public Reserved Land unit is 6,214 acres with 4,033 of those acres protected as an Ecological Reserve. The Ecological Reserve System protects Maine’s biological diversity, among other purposes. The state’s tallest mountain ash is on Mount Abraham, at an impressive 49 feet tall. The Appalachian Trail cuts through part of the unit and connects to the Mount Abraham Fire Warden Trail, which leads to the summit of, as it is locally known, Mount Abram. Mount Abram is one of the 10 tallest mountains in Maine at 4,050 feet and has a predominantly treeless summit, which provides sweeping views.
Activities: Hiking, observing wildlife.
For More Information: Visit Maine Trail Finder to find more information on the hiking trails available in Mount Abraham Public Reserved Land unit.