Maine's mountains rise proudly above the landscape, showcasing their beauty and grandeur. Among these peaks, a select few stand tall, reaching heights of over 4,000 feet. The High Peaks Region is home to ten of Maine's fourteen 4,000-foot summits. With rugged trails, breathtaking vistas, and diverse ecosystems, Maine's mountains over 4,000 feet provide a unique and captivating experience for hikers, climbers, and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Whether you seek a challenging ascent or simply wish to immerse yourself in the raw wilderness, these mountains beckon you to discover their remarkable allure and create unforgettable memories in the heart of Maine's untamed wilderness.
- Sugarloaf Mountain - Elevation 4,250'
- Crocker Mountain - Elevation 4,228'
- Bigelow, West Peak - Elevation 4,145'
- Saddleback Mountain - Elevation 4,120'
- Bigelow, Avery Peak - Elevation 4,090'
- Mount Abraham - Elevation 4,050'
- South Crocker Mountain - Elevation 4,050'
- Saddleback Horn - Elevation 4,023'
- Mount Redington - Elevation 4,010'
- Spaulding Mountain - Elevation 4,010'