Shore Path - Less than one mile, beginning|
at the Inn, an easy walk along the coast.
Carriage Paths - Over 45 miles of crushed stone
Acadia National Park. For more
the Park Visitor Center 288-3338
Hiking Trails - Over 120 miles of hiking trails groomed
by Acadia National Park with varying levels of difficulty.
Park Visitor Center 288-3338
- Acadia National Park Cruise:
The carriage paths lacing Acadia National Park, on Maine's famous Mount Desert Island, are one of Acadia's unique features. These dirt roads, winding
through the island's interior forests and skirting its lakes and Mountains, afford spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean.
- Acadia National Park Carriage Trail: The Eagle Lake Loop
Within Acadia are mountains, rivers, lakes, and over 55 miles of gated gravel roads for the cyclist to explore. This ride gives you only a glimpse of the varied terrain, but it's perfect for anyone looking for an exhilarating morning or afternoon pedal.
- Acadia National Park Scenic Drive:
A 27-mile loop that explores the glacier-scoured mountains and rock-bound coast of Acadia National Park. This spectacular 27-mile scenic drive explores
Acadia National Park, New England's jewel in the nation's National Park system. Acadia, a place of matchless beauty and startling contrasts, is the most famous part of Maine's ragged, 2,500-mile coastline.
- Acadia Mountain Trail:
One of Acadia's more popular trails west of Somes Sound, the Acadia Mountain Trail is a tough scramble up to spectacular views of Somes Sound, the ocean, and
surrounding mountains. But as strenuous as it is, you may see families with small children making the trek.
Highlights: Views of Somes Sound, Echo Lake, Gulf of Maine, Cranberry Isles,
and surrounding mountains.
- Precipice Trail:
One of the steepest and most dramatic climbs in Acadia, the Precipice Trail ascends 930 feet in 0.8 mile, taking you by cliffs where peregrine falcons have begun
breeding again and providing you with a bird's-eye view of the coast.