A view of the Rangeley Basin and surrounding topography from the Rangeley Overlook
© November 1999 Maine Department of Transportation.
View from Rangeley Overlook to where Cupsuptic Lake flows into Rangeley Lake in the Town of Oquossoc.
© July 1999 Maine Department of Transportation.
The Small's Falls rest area is located adjacent to this granite chasm where the Sandy River flows creating a series of popular water falls and pools.
This sculpturesque mineral deposit adjacent to Route 17 is one of many geological formations left from the last Ice Age.
Route 17 provides to the visitor a number of scenic viewsheds when traveling along the twisting and turning corridor.
A moose stands still in front of wilderness at Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway.
A rider in a bright green sled takes to a narrow trail near Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway.
Public domain. North Country Rivers Bingham ME
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A small cluster of snowmobiles wait near a shed among snow-blanketed conifers.
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This circular image shows the cool, vivid colors of wild lupine along the Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway.
© June 2006 Sandra Roseberry.
A line of snowmobiles lie among a network of tracks across excellent snow.
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The rushing fall provides a beautiful view for travelers to take in as they relax.
Typical Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway corridor view during the fall season with snow highlights.
Spectacular panoramic views of the Mooselookmeguntic Basin, Toothaker Island, upper and lower Richardson Lake and the White Mountain chain.
© September 1979 Maine Department of Transportation.
This remote mountain pond captures the Brimstone Mountain watershed and is home to an outstanding bass fishery.
This aerial shows Rangeley Village with Haley Pond in the foreground and Rangeley Lake with Maneskootuk Island in the distance.
© September 1999 Maine Department of Transportation.
Maine's Western Mountain Region has a tremendous historical archive of vernacular architecture present in the many towns and hamlets of the area.
© May 1999 Maine Department of Transportation.
One of the Sandy River falls entices travelers at the Small's Falls rest area.
This aerial view of Route 17 shows the Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway as it winds around Beaver Pond amidst a forest bright with autumn color.
Toothaker Island sits in the middle of Mooselookmeguntic Lake.
A beautiful cloudy sky invites this snowmobile rider to enjoy a great, snowy day in Maine.
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The Height of Land provides summer visitors with a stunning view of Maine's forest and Mooselookmeguntic Lake.
Public domain. Photo by Thomas A. Pearl
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An autumn view from the Height of Land shows evergreen trees among the orange, yellow, and red trees surrounding Mooselookmeguntic Lake.
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Tourists gather at the Height of Land Lookout to enjoy the view of Maine's natural beauty.
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