Waldo County Highpoint Trip Report

Date: May 27, 2012
Author: Adam Helman

note: All coordinates are in the WGS84 datum.

This effort was part of a larger journey collecting New England county highpoints in May 2012.

The final, 0.3 mile track is now bermed at its base with several boulders. Furthermore it is now returning to nature with grassy and/or muddy sections. Hence it is neither driveable nor meant to be driven.

After hiking this track leave it here at (44.47665° N, 69.21741° W) just in front of a rocky massif that supports the highest ground. You are now 100 or 200 feet from the summit area, and with some 50 feet of elevation gain on-trail as visible to your upper right when facing up-road.

There are 3 possible highest boulder slabs all within a 120 foot diameter circle -

(44.47619° N, 69.21726° W), (44.47615° N, 69.21690° W) and (44.47598° N, 69.21725° W).