The Mt. Katahdin Collection

Our newest collection features Mt. Katahdin, the iconic Northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail. Located in Maine's Baxter State Park, Mt. Katahdin, translated to "Great Mountain" by the Penobscot Nation, stands at an elevation of 5,269 feet. The legendary AT spans 14 states from Georgia to Maine covering 2,190+ mi and follows a continuous line of trail markers known as "the white blaze." Katahdin offers spectacular views and an especially challenging hike for anyone…especially those on the last leg of the AT.

Our Mt. Katahdin Glass and Coaster features all of the details of the peak, including Paloma and Hamlin Peak. The Knife Edge hike takes you along the glacial ridge. In 1846, Henry David Thoreau visited the mountain and wrote about his experiences in his book "The Maine Woods." Thoreau's writings helped to popularize the area and sparked interest in the region among other writers and artists.




The Penobscot and Passamaquoddy tribes have lived in the area for thousands of years, and their traditional territories include much of the land surrounding Mt. Katahdin. The tribes have a deep connection to the mountain and have long used it for spiritual and cultural purposes. These tribes have maintained a strong connection to Mt. Katahdin and have worked to protect the area for future generations.

Every glass gives back through our partnership with One Percent for the Planet. For each Mt. Katahdin glass we sell we will donate 1% of our sales to the Friends of Baxter State Park.

Friends of Baxter State Park strives to inspire passion for the Park's wild character in the spirit of Percival Baxter. They promote exemplary use, natural resource stewardship, and a healthy Katahdin region to ensure the Park forever remains a refuge.

The Mt. Katahdin Glass
The Mt. Katahdin Coaster Set

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