The Deboullie Caves

Located in the Deboullie Public Reserved Lands, which is seventy miles north of Baxter State Park. It is a remote and isolated area that is biologically diverse containing over twenty-two deep spring feed ponds, which are all over 1000 feet in elevation and four rugged mountains with sheer cliffs, talus fields and ice caves. These intrusions are rare in northern Maine so when the glacier made its mark on the region the harder rock had remained to formed many sheer cliffs and at least a dozen large talus fields.


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