Borestone Mountain Audubon Sanctuary

0.8 mile hike from the Elliotsville Road on the shore of Sunrise Pond
Guilford, ME 04443

207-781-2330

Encompassing more than 1,600 acres in Maine’s Hundred-Mile Wilderness region, Borestone Mountain Audubon Sanctuary offers a spectacular array of natural features, including rare older forest, three crystalline ponds, exposed granite crags, and sweeping views.

The Borestone Mountain Sanctuary is open to the hiking public, dawn to dusk, year-round. Its historic lodges are only accessible to registered guests.

(207) 631-4050 June-September
(207) 781-2330 October-May

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