I am not aware of one either. Funny you can go from Searsport to the County in one long shot, but going to Washington County is impossible.
From my house to Millinockett it is only 120 miles by sled and you can leave in the morning and have lunch there.
We used to do what we call "the loop" which is leave my house, go to Pittsfield, go up into Bingham and then the Forks, take the trail up to Pittston Farm, go over to Northeast Carry, down in Greenville, then down to Dover-Foxcroft, then take the railroad bed into Newport, then drop back home through Plymouth. At first we never had the sleds and someone would lose a sled and have to go back on a rescue mission, but now that the trails are better, and the sleds are more reliable, this is a day trip...a long one granted, but one that can be done just the same.
KLook wrote:I was not aware of a trail crossing the Penobscot river. If you can get to Calais, you can get to the whole rest of the Downeast region.
In Bangor at least.