The answer is… Lobster Mountain in Lobster Township. And the winner, drawn randomly from all who guessed the location correctly, is Ryan Kennedy of Pittsfield! Enjoy the $50 L.L.Bean gift card, Ryan! And thanks to everyone for playing.
Come on back next Monday to play again! And if you’re interested in joining me on this adventure, which includes paddling and hiking, stay tuned for the “1-minute hike” video, photos and write-up I’ll post this afternoon.
Here’s the original post:
The prize for this week’s “Where in the Woods” trail ID contest is a $50 gift card to L.L.Bean! A big thank you to Charlie’s for sponsoring this contest and making this awesome prize possible each week!
To enter the contest, all you have to do is guess where I hiked last weekend with my husband, Derek, and our dog, Oreo. As this trail is quite remote and lesser known, I’ll give you a big hint. It’s not far from Moosehead Lake.
Do you recognize this trail?
Here’s how it works
The “Where in the Woods” game is simple. Look at the photo gallery at the bottom of this page, and based on the photos, guess where I am. Enter your best guess in the graphic right here:
Of the people who guess the trail network correctly, we will randomly draw a winner for the L.L.Bean gift card, which will be sent to the winner in the mail right away!
I post this “Where in the Woods” Trail ID contest each Monday; and on Tuesdays, I reveal the answer and post a “1-minute hike” video and trail description of the hike (or snowshoe, ski or bike), including detailed driving directions so you can go have your own outdoor adventure. I like to mix it up. Sometimes I hike easy forest trails, other weeks you’ll see me atop some of Maine’s tallest mountains, and I try to travel all over the state.
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This week’s “Where in the Woods” photo gallery
Without further ado, here are the photos for this week’s contest. Do you recognize this trail? Check out all of the photos below, then remember to scroll back up and leave your best guess in the graphic at the top of the page. (Not in the comment section at the bottom of the page.)