Narrow Gauge Pathway
The Narrow Gauge Pathway is a non-motorized point to point trail. At 6 miles in length there's a gradual uphill if you start at the Town offices near the Library. The trail links with other trails that give one a more challenging down hill ride back to the start.
The Pathway is a great first introduction to Carrabassett Valley. It's very scenic and great for families with young children.
A non-motorized use trail. Choose to start at one of the approved parking trailheads, Campbell Field, the Anti Gravity Center, or the Carrabassett Valley Town Park. The trail is approximately (6 miles) with a gradual increase in grade from the southernmost trailhead, the Carrabassett Town Office. Both Campbell Field & the Anti-Gravity Center trailheads provide a relaxing down hill ride, with a more challenging return ride. Picnic areas are located along the trail for your convenience. Please be respectful of all public and private lands in Carrabassett Valley by cleaning up after your pets, carry in/carry out. Bikers please yield to Pedestrians. Click here to download Narrow Gauge Pathway map:
But don't think of this trail as only a straight line on an abandoned railroad bed. It's much more than that. Yes it's flat, or gently sloping, BUT leading off it are a growing number of easy to difficult purpose built mountain bike singletracks. Among these are the Grassy Loops, Camel Humps, Sargent's and Caboose and more as yet unnamed trails are under construction right now.