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Storm Takes a Toll on Trails

Dec 19, 2023 -For the second Christmas season in a row, a major rain and windstorm has downed trees and branches on Libby Hill and Thayer Brook Preserve. Volunteers were out today starting cleanup and assessing damage. All trails have small and medium branches that came down in the wind. You can help by removing any […]

Moose Odessey Entrance Rerouted

The construction of an obstacle course at the Middle School required that the entrance of the Moose Odessey trail be rerouted to allow snow grooming. You will find the new section behind the basketball court and kiosk by the trail. Many thanks to Mo Russo and the town crew who got the section built last […]

Libby Hill: No Hunting Zone

Libby Hill Trails and Thayer Brook Preserve are located within the State of Maine Wildlife Sanctuary.  This is a large area that includes several square miles between the bypass connector road and Egypt Road.   Trail users can be comfortable that they won’t be at risk during hunting season on any of our trails.  We still […]

Help Us by Taking 5 This Fall!

The hurricane gave us a break this weekend, but it still knocked lots of small branches off the trees. The trails are littered with lots of debris. You can really help the trail system by just picking up five branches each time you visit the trails this fall. It will make keeping the trails clean […]

Libby Hill Gets Drawn at Community Day

Gray’s first Community Day event was held today at Newbegin Hall. Libby Hill had a booth with maps, photos, and information on trails all around Gray. There were both new and old-time residents who attended the fun event. Walking groups had questions on planning future events and longtime Libby Hill hikers got new ideas on […]

Perfect Weather for a Perfect Race!

One hundred seventy racers participated in the Longest Day 5K at Libby Hill. After weeks of gloomy weather, the evening was perfect with a temperature around 72 degrees. It was also fitting that the winner of the race was Carter Libby of Gray at 18:07 claiming the hill that bears his forefather’s name. In the […]

Warm weather has deteriorated the ski trails. We need a foot or more of snow to get the ski trails groomed.