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Maine Byway Highway Guide

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Junction
Junction of State Route #142, State Route #16 with State Route #27 at Kingfield, Maine, the main entrance to Sugarloaf, a major ski resort. Maine Huts and Trails has its headquarters in Kingfield. This is where the Byway State Route #27 starts, its run through historic towns, authentic culture, and spectacular scenery. This byway offers travelers outdoor adventures, visitor services and amenities. Along the byway, at the town of Carrabassett Valley, There are big outdoor recreational opportunities, such as highly rated golf and downhill skiing facilities, and over 65 miles of cross-country ski trails.
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2.0
Tuffs Pond Road
Tuffs Pond Road, to Tuffs Pond, Grindstone Pond, and Shiloh Pond, located along the State Route #27, north of Kingfield, Maine
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14.8
Carrabasset Valley Road
Carrabasset Valley Road, Huston Brook Road, Carrabasset, Maine, a community located on State Highway #27, Long Falls Dam Road, Flagstaff, Maine, a ghost town and former town in Somerset County, Maine, construction of a hydroelectric dam on the Dead River, enlarged Flagstaff Lake and submerged the site of the settlement. Flagstaff Lake,
10.1
16.3
Old Hughes Mill Road
Old Hughes Mill Road, Sugarloaf Regional Airport,
11.9
19.2
Redington Pond Road
Redington Pond Road, Redington Pond located south of this location,
14.2
22.9
Touring Center Road
Touring Center Road, An unnamed Pond is located here
15.2
24.4
Access Road
Access Road, West Mountain Road, Sugarloaf, Maine is a resort and skiing area located on Sugarloaf Mountain in Carrabassett Valley, Maine. With regards to number of trails, snowmaking percentage, and skiable acreage, it is considered the biggest ski resort in Maine.
15.3
24.6
Bigalow, Maine
Fairway Drive, Riverside Drive, Sandyriver Circle, Bigalow, Maine
16.2
26.0
Caribou Valley Road
Caribou Valley Road,
18.4
29.6
Stratton Brook Pond Road
Stratton Brook Pond Road, Stratton Brook Pond, located along the State Route #27, in Maine
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34.5
Porcupine Trail
Porcupine Trail, Mountain Road,
22.7
36.6
School Street
School Street, Old Dead River Road, This Road travels along the Flagstaff Lake, a lake located in Somerset County and Franklin County, Maine. Due to hydroelectric power generation downstream and construction of Long Falls Dam, Flagstaff Lake swelled and submerged abandoned towns of Flagstaff, Bigelow and Dead River and Carrying Place.
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Junction
Junction State Route #16 Stratton, Maine,
27.1
43.6
Flagstaff Road
Flagstaff Road, Flagstaff Lake,
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46.2
Eustis, Maine
Main Street, Campbell Road, Eustis, Maine, North Branch Dead River,
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47.4
Tim Pond Road
Tim Pond Road, Sawyer Hill Ridge Road, Kennebago River,
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48.4
Junction
King and Bartlett Road, Lone Pine Road, Airport Road, Mud Pond, Jim Pond, Little Jim Pond, Everett Pond, Felker Pond,
33.6
54.0
Dead River Road
Dead River Road, Airport Road, Shallow Pond, Chase Pond, Little Viles Pond,
36.4
58.6
Round Mountain Pond Road
Round Mountain Pond Road, Round Mountain Pond, Blanchard Pond,
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62.4
Road Access
Road Access to Bugeye Pond,
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63.8
Kibby Mountain
Gold Brook Road, Kibby Mountain Road, Kibby Mountain, a mountain located in Franklin County, Maine, Kibby Mountain stands within the watershed of the Kennebec River, which drains into the Gulf of Maine.
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66.4
Access
Access to Bag Pond, and Lower Pond, located on the Dead River, along the Byway State Route #27, Maine
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69.6
Ledge Road
Ledge Road, Long Pond,
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71.7
Loop
A Loop Road, on State Route #27, along the Natanis Pond, Round Pond, Otter Pond,
46.8
75.3
Caribou Bog
Caribou Bog,
48.0
77.3
Loop Road
A Loop Road on State Route #27, Horseshoe Pond, Otter Pond, Round Pond, Natanis Pond,
48.7
78.4
Access Road
Access Road to Crosby Pond, Upper Nathan Bog,
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80.7
Access
Access to Arnold Pond, a pond located just off State Route #27, in Maine, near the United States/Canada border.
50.8
81.8
Cobum gore, Maine
Cobum Gore, Maine, near United States/Canada border in Maine, This is where Byway State Route #27 ends. Kennebago River Road detours from this location.