Katahdin means "the greatest mountain," a fitting name for the breath-taking finish to the famous Appalachian Trail. Named by the Penobscot Indians, Mount Katahdin at Baxter State Park in Northern Maine is one of the tallest mountains in the region. Host Lisa Densmore hikes into Chimney Pond, the base camp for the mighty Mount Katahdin.
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