Hikes can be a great first date idea when you're trying to get to know somebody. It's just the two of you, chatting in the woods with no distractions. What could go wrong?

Well, if the hike is too hard off the rip, let's be honest, it could get awkward for you two pretty quickly.

So, let's look at a couple of hikes in Maine that are so easy, they could possibly be called a trail.

These places are a guaranteed nice little walk, and you will still feel like you're in the woods secluded together without the awkwardness.

Bradbury Mountain Pownal, Maine

Once you see this sign after driving the backroads, you'll know you've made it!

The best part about this little hike is that you can go the easy route, which is only a quick little mile with maybe one baby hill to get to the top. OR you can choose to reach the top by continuing the hike the long way. If you and your date decide you want to keep going, you've got the option.

Wolfe's Neck Woods Freeport, Maine

If you have pups, this is a perfect spot to let them romp around while you're talking. Maverick (my golden doodle) loves it here because he can chase the sky rats (seagulls), into the water and it tires him right out. Win, Win.

And if those don't do it for you, how about this massive collection of perfect hikes for non-hikers to try out?

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