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Daggett Rock  

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Location: 44.8462, -70.3004 View Map  Incorrect?
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The boulder is 80'x'50' and 25' tall. The granite boulder is broken into three large pieces. The boulder sees many vistors/hikers each year but few venture here for the small number of tall boulder problems.

Getting There 

Maines largest glacial erratic is located a just north east of the town of Phillips, Me. Follow highway 142 north from Phillips for 1.3 miles and turn right onto Wheeler Hill Road. Drive on Wheeler Hill Road for another 2.4 miles until you see the small wooden Daggett Rock sign and park. Follow the sign to obvious trail. Hike is approximately 5-10 minutes.

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Weather station 10.7 miles from here

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By Peter Beal
From: Boulder Colorado
Oct 22, 2010

Is this the spot? Looks cool albeit a longish drive
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