Great day hike if you're warming yourself up for bigger hikes. Take McLucas Rd, near it's intersection with Old Alfred Road by the town center. Drive a good distance up the dirt road till you get to an open field with an closed up barn. Park by the side of the road and continue to walk up it, following the occasional snowmobiling sign to the top of the mountain. Good views of Ossippee Valley, Waterboro and Alfred. Says Ian Carlsen
You can't spend
all your time indoors you need to get out once in a while and Ossipee Hill Trail in York County, Maine is a good choice. Ossipee Hill Trail is in a quite desolate area and It's always fun to hike here. High temperatures at Ossipee
Hill Trail during the warm months are in the 80's; during summer nights temperatures are in the 50's. Throughout the wintertime highs are ordinarily in the 30's while Ossipee Hill Trail overnight low temperatures throughout the winter are in the 10's. The high level of rainfall makes Ossipee Hill Trail a reasonably wet place. Of all the months in a year November is the one with the most rain, and September meanwhile is the driest month.