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Airline Snack Bar to Grand Lake Stream
Just did the 500 to 507 trail from Airline Snack Bar on Rt. 9 in Beddington up to Grand Lake Stream, had a great lunch at the Pine Tree Store then rode back. About 120 miles round trip. Great varied terrain, some rough and rocky, some a little muddy and wet, some smooth logging road. Had an ice cream and some water back at the snack bar and a good chat about bear hunting with the owners, who also run a guide service, and run the Airline Snack Bar ATV Club. The owners of The Pine Tree Store in Grand Lake Stream also run the ATV club and snowmobile club over there. Good folks, all of them and they do a great job maintaining the atv and snowmobile trails in northern Hancock County. I highly recommend riding in that area and giving those folks some business.:smile2:
 

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Airline Snack Bar to Grand Lake Stream
Just did the 500 to 507 trail from Airline Snack Bar on Rt. 9 in Beddington up to Grand Lake Stream, had a great lunch at the Pine Tree Store then rode back. About 120 miles round trip. Great varied terrain, some rough and rocky, some a little muddy and wet, some smooth logging road. Had an ice cream and some water back at the snack bar and a good chat about bear hunting with the owners, who also run a guide service, and run the Airline Snack Bar ATV Club. The owners of The Pine Tree Store in Grand Lake Stream also run the ATV club and snowmobile club over there. Good folks, all of them and they do a great job maintaining the atv and snowmobile trails in northern Hancock County. I highly recommend riding in that area and giving those folks some business.

Here are a couple pics from the dam at Grand Lake Stream, and the campsite about 10 miles or so back west on Third Machias Lake. I should have taken some better photos looking down onto the Dam Pool, it's beautiful, and a world famous flyfishing spot for Landlocked Salmon and Brook Trout. There are a number of really excellent lodges there, some with American Plan and some with housekeeping plan. Access to thousands of miles of atv riding, excellent ruffed grouse( partridge in these parts!) hunting, excellent bear hunting, world class fishing for the slamon, trout, and smallmouth bass. A very quiet, peaceful place that has done well to hold onto it's old time charm while still providing awesome outdoor activities.
 

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