Remote mountain side ±65 acre lot with elevations reaching around 1,600'. The topography slopes from Northeast to Southwest to around 1,200'. The 2,042' summit of Whale Back Mountain is just 1/3 of a mile to the Northeast. The lot is dominated by northern hardwoods. Access is over a seasonal woods road typically used for timber harvesting. Old trails can be found throughout the tract. All this, just minutes from Coos Canyon, a 500-yard gorge and historic famous for gold panning site and close to Rangeley & Rumford. Property is assessed under Maine's Tree Growth Tax program. Taxes for 2023 were just $161. The deed access is considered for land management purposes only and does not allow utilities or buildings to be constructed. Also, an undivided interest in mineral rights is reserved.