• Biking
  • Birdwatching
  • Canoeing
  • Fire Pit / Campfire
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Nature / Wildlife
  • Remote / Wilderness
  • Skiing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Swimming
  • Waterfall Fun
  • Wining / Dining

Grand Falls

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Best Hut For 


Fishing | Hiking | Mountain Biking | Waterfall | Paddling | Whitewater Base Camp | Bird Nature Walks | Fire Pit Campfire


Skiing | Fat Tire Biking | Waterfall | Backcountry Experience 


Grand Falls is the most remote and secluded hut; the northernmost point in the entire system. With spectacular views, easy access to Grand Falls waterfall, and accessible by boat, this hut is a favorite for many.

Winter travel makes Grand Falls Hut a true backcountry experience. Best accessed by skiers and fat bikers, travelers will enjoy the breathtaking Northern Maine views.

Summer months offer hiking and mountain biking. Plan a one of kind fishing trip or create a base camp for a paddle or white water trip down the Dead River.

When open Lunch is open to day visitors during full service season; see more here >>

To Access Grand Falls Hut during the summer, please use Lower Enchanted or Big Eddy Trailhead. West Forks is not recommended.

Maine Huts & Trails would like to offer special thanks to Robert and Gayle Greenhill for making this hut possible.


Capacity 32 people
Private 4 people (2 bunkrooms)
Shared 28 people (6 bunkrooms)
Bunkroom Sizes 2, 4 and 6-person

Getting There

Closest Trailhead Big Eddy Trailhead
Trailhead → Hut 7.80 miles
Kingfield → Trailhead 35.00 miles
GPS Coordinates 45° 18.198′N, -70° 12.421′W
Elevation 1075 ft
Elevation of Closest Trailhead 1112 ft


Poplar 22.70 miles
Flagstaff 11.50 miles
Stratton Brook 29.50 miles

Other Trailheads

Campbell Field Trailhead
29.20 miles
Rt 27/Stratton Brook Trailhead
30.80 miles
Outdoor Center
30.00 miles
Airport Trailhead
25.90 miles
Big Eddy Trailhead
7.80 miles
West Forks Trailhead
14.40 miles