Millinocket prepares new multi use bridge for upcoming snowmobile season
Separate efforts to build a multiuse recreational
bridge over the Penobscot River and a $625,000 walking and biking trail along
Millinocket Stream are progressing nicely. The bridge will be used by hikers,
snowmobilers, bicyclists and other outdoor enthusiasts, and it is crucial to
efforts to build an ATV trail network in the Katahdin region, proponents have
More pictures of this bridge can be
viewed by checking out the
NTCSC Facebook page. Follow along the progression of this new
recreational corridor with these news article from the Bangor Daily News.
Bangor Daily News June 22, 2009
Bangor Daily News October 2, 2009
Bangor Daily News December 12, 2009
Hillcrest Golf Club posted for "No
Due to recent damage caused by snowmobiles to the
local golf course's greens there will be no more snowmobiling on the golf course
grounds. The facility is now posted "No Snowmobiling" and violators will be
prosecuted. Its unfortunate that these measures had to be taken... but recent
damage to the greens have prompted this measure.
Katahdin From Katahdin Lake
Some photos of
Katahdin Lake from the lakes outlet, Katahdin Brook, on the Huber property
in the Spring of 2007. The Katahdin Lake property has been
acquired by Baxter Park and is no longer accessible by snowmobile.