Visit Page County and Little Stony Man Cliffs

May 17, 2016

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Stony Man Trailhead is located in the Central District at mile 41.7 on Skyline Drive. Here you will find the beginning of the Stony Man Trail hike and the Passamaquoddy Loop hike.

Passamaquoddy Trail meanders under Stony Man Cliffs, past alluring geology and, in winter, amazing drapery-like ice formations. George Pollock had the trail built in 1932 and so named it because, he said, ‘passamaquoddy’ is a Maine Indian word for ‘abounding in pollock’ (a kind of fish)—and more or less after himself, since it’s not likely there were any fish on this streamless trail!

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