Maine’s Height of Land

There’s no official sign to mark this spot but you’ll know it when you’re there. Driving north along Maine State Route 17, after winding up through the maintains, you reach an opening that drops off to the west. As you sit atop Spruce Mountain, in Rangeley, the view opens up over Mooselookmeguntic Lake, to the far edges of the Maine mountains and the New Hampshire border. With the foliage just beginning to turn, the view is even more spectacular when the fall leaves reach their peak, and the landscape is painted with a breathtaking combination of fiery red, orange and golds.
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