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Welcome to the Sunkhaze Interactive Trail Map!
The maps are a result of a US Fish and Wildlife Service initiative to increase mobile photography usage in refuges across the country. The Sunkhaze project is one of only eight selected for this public outreach initiative.
How to Use the Map:
Follow along with your mobile device (you will need your location data settings turned on) or grab a brochure from the parking lot kiosk. Every quarter mile or so look for the brown numbered way-point marker staked in the ground. Scan the corresponding QR code from the brochure or use the digital map’s expandable way-point marker for more information about Maine’s rich history and diverse natural habitats.
- Expand each way-point for cultural and nature based information. Follow the links for more information.
- Look for the Family Fun tab on each page.
- Drag the map or use the expand and collapse buttons to adjust your view.
- Don’t forget to upload and share photos from your trail hike at Waypoint 12
If you prefer an unconnected hike (or have spotty reception on your device) but still want to learn more about the trails, grab a brochure from the kiosk for way-point descriptions, then visit www.sunkhaze.org/trail-maps for a digital experience in the comfort of your home.