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Maine Byway Highway Guide

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Newry, Maine
Junction State Route #26 with United States Highway #2/State Route #5/26 along the Androscoggin River, at Newry, Maine. This is where Byway State Route #26 (Grafton Notch Scenic Byway) starts. This byways passes through Maine's western mountain range near the New Hampshire border. A New Hampshire Scenic Byway connects with this scenic byway which travels through Grafton Notch State Park.
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2.7
A Loop Road
A Loop Road, Keystone Drive,
5.2
8.3
Branch Road
Branch Road, Community of North Newry, Maine,
12.7
20.5
Success Pond Road
Success Pond Road, Grafton Notch State Park, Maine is the land along the bottom of the notch, extending southerly to the summit of Old Speck Mountain, northeasterly the park includes the lowest slopes of Baldpate Mountain. The Appalachian Trail. Grafton Notch is a mountain pass located in Oxford County, Maine. Success Pond, New Hampshire is a 290-acre water body in the township of Success.
14.5
23.3
Cambridge River Road
Cambridge River Road, a loop road on State Route #26, Maine
14.9
24.0
York Pond Road
York Pond Road, York Pond, Forest Access,
16.2
26.1
Whitecap Brook Road
Whitecap Brook Road, Grafton Notch State Park, Maine
17.0
27.3
Pepple Dam Road
Pepple Dam Road, Dunn Notch Road, North Road, Grafton Notch State Park, Maine
20.3
32.6
East Hill Road
East Hill Road, Rabbit Knoll Road, Dead Cambridge River, C Pond, Back Street,
20.9
33.6
Mill Hill Road
Mill Hill Road, Community of Upton, Maine,
22.1
35.5
Maine/New Hampshire Stateline
Maine/New Hampshire Stateline, Umbagog Lake, Umbagog State Park, in New Hampshire. This is where Byway State Route #26 ends.