It was a fairly kick hike that was fun and strenuous. If you're in decent shape is certainly no problem. In addition when you reach the summit there are a lot of plaques and even a small tower to go inside to increase the already incredible view. It's rich in history so it was stimulating for the mind as well as the body. You also get to interact with a lot f people because the park is heavily trafficked and it's actually an auto road as well. People actually paid to drive up to the view it's so neat.
Great views of Camden and surrounding area. With the family.
You can tell there'd be great views if not for the low hanging fog. We could at least see down to part of Camden.
Did while I was doing computer training in Camden. Never counted it due to the drive up!!
Climbed on an Outing Club trip from Brunswick HS.
After hiking Mt Megunticook, my son and I added this one for its striking view of Camden Harbor as scene from the parapet.
Always a great hike, at any time of year.
Drive up with Michelle. Just to say I did. Nice views, fun to see people feeling high.
Easy to get to. Great views of Camden Harbor and the cliffs on Megunticook.
Sleeding down the road in the winter is great.
Being a Camdenite, I've done this fun hike maybe 30 times. It's beautiful forest, and a great entry point to Camden Hills State Park.
I managed to squeeze this one in by driving up route 1 from Portland. There was good traffic flow until Rockland and Camden where it started to crawl. We paid $3 each to drive up the aurto road which is stops beneath the summit block. There is a stone tower and plenty of slabs for an outlook. I left here at 4:30 and arrived at Old Town at 6:00 just before store closing where I picked up a motor and battery needed for a night crossing of South Twin Lake.