Lots of trails beginning in neighboring Bowdoinham off of Fisher Rd. leading into Topsham and what now is called the Cathance River Nature Preserve. Some low spots cant be avoid, but are worth the solitude these trails offer. Trail cuts through private property, but as long as you stay on trail and dont litter it should be okay.
How to get there:
Bowdoinham, junction of Rt. 138 and Fisher Rd., take a left on Fisher Rd. and about .5 miles down on right can be seen a steep trail head bending off to the right.
Not many people out this way, but worth checking out if you live in the area.
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|Posted by: Mitch Davis on 7/17/2005
The Cathance River Area ride is a very good training
or beginning to intermediate ride. There is a good
mix of short climbing, some rocks, rubble, roots,
mud and a few technical accents and decents. This
ride can be made more technical by choosing the
harder trail and increasing or decreasing speed.
These additional directions should make it easier to
find the trail.
If you are coming from Brunswick, start at Midcoast
multisport http://www.trimainiac.com/ right in the
middle of downtown. Take Maine Street towards
Topsham ( .4 Miles) , turn right at the light on 24
for (2.6 Miles) take a left on Cathance Rd, it turns
into Fisher for (4.6 miles). Look for dirt road on the
left. It has a yellow sign that says "Private Way,
Keewydin Farm Woodlot. There is also a red and
white no ATV sign posted. This road seems to be a
snowmobile trail during the winter. If you are
coming from the 138/Fisher intersection it is .7
miles and you should see the trail on yo