Sign marks another milestone in Flyrod Crosby Trail

By BJ Bangs Irregular Staff Writer PHILLIPS — The new Flyrod Crosby Trail sign off Route 4 marks another milestone in the quest to complete phase one, the 15-mile section from Phillips to the Appalachian Trail this fall. Once complete, the trail will stretch from Strong to Rangeley Lake. read more

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West Saddleback Connector celebrated

By BJ Bangs Irregular Staff Writer RANGELEY — Maine rejects the policy of pitting the environment against the economy because in Maine, the environment is the economy, Sen. Susan Collins said to about 50 people attending the celebration of the West Saddleback Connector, opening up the Appalachian Trail crossing to ATVs and other hiking trails last weekend

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New trail connector on Saddleback Mountain opened

RANGELEY – The State of Maine recently created a new multi-use regional trail connector on the west slope of Saddleback Mountain after resolving crossing issues of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail with the National Park Service. The new “West Saddleback Connector” will serve snowmobile and ATV riders, hikers, and other backcountry recreational users traveling through

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Injured Florida woman rescued after fall

By Donna M. Perry Special to the Irregular TOWNSHIP D — Rescuers helped an injured Florida woman down a wet, steep section of the Appalachian Trail Wednesday, Sept. 15, Maine Warden Kris MacCabe said.

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