The most common way to the top of Pine Mountain is from the Pinkham B Road. Park at the Pine Link trailhead, walk down a gravel road, which meanders through the hardwood forest .9 miles. From here follow the Ledge Trail, which goes into the woods to your right. Caution: The Ledge Trail has some very steep rocky sections. An old fire tower location is about .6 miles up this trail -a good place to eat lunch and enjoy the view. The trail continues on about .4 miles back to the road where you take a left and walk back down the road 1.6 miles to the Pine Link Trailhead.
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