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Fort Kent Loop

The Fort Kent Loop starts and stops on the edge of the northern frontier this town was once the original outpost created at the start of the Aroostock War and is now a historic monument. The ride may be bland but the scenery & history should make up for it.

Fort Kent Loop

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Fort Kent, ME 04743
United States
Contact: Fort Kent Loop
Phone: 207-746-9531
Ride Distance: 140 miles
Directions: From Fort Kent: Head South on Highway 11 to Ashland. Go east (Left) on Highway 163 to Preque Isle. Head North (Left) on Highway 1 to Caribou, follow Highway 161 to to Highway 162 and go east (Right) towards Sinclair. Continue North to Frenchville where you will join Highway 1 West back to Fort Kent.
Description: Northern Maine features some wild and scenic destinations but the roads are not going to be the most twisty you can find. Generally fast and flowing the Maine highways are usually clear of traffic. Highway 11 South passes by Eagle lake, Saint Froid Lake and the Winterville Forest. Swinging back to the North you will ride through Presque Isle, home to many recreational opportunities ranging from hiking in the summer to cross-country skiing in the winter through the edge of the North Maine Woods. The North Maine Woods are the largest tract of undeveloped land east of the Mississippi River, covering approximately 3.5 million acres.

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