Posted by: Sally Ingraham | September 21, 2009

Cutler Coastal Trail

Yesterday Ponce and I drove about an hour and a half Downeast to hike part of the Cutler Coastal Trail, a roughly 10 mile loop that we shortened into 5.8 by using a convenient cut-off. While the woods were a fairly uninspiring patch, made interesting only for a moment by a little brown snake, the stretch of coastline was quite spectacular.
Mermaid's CoveSun on the Highlands
Little Brown Snake


  1. Looks interesting. Mom cut out an article on this trail but of course we have not gotten to it yet.

  2. It’s a bit far for you guys I guess, although a trip to that corner of ME might be worth your while as there is also the West Quaddy Head lighthouse and other state parks and whatnot. It’s all a matter of time, of course. 🙂

  3. These pictures are gorgeous Sarah. It actually reminds me of Ireland a bit expect for the trees! Vistas like these are why I keep telling my husband a few more years here and we are moving to somewhere surrounded by nature. Maine is my first choice. I think he’s a little scared lol Thank you.

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