Acadia National Park

It comes a little late, nevertheless, my last post about our time away in Maine, and the true reason for our trip to Maine… to be completely spoiled by the rolling hills, the islands, the salty water, the crisp honey woodland air, all in which welcomed us to Acadia National Park. To climb cliffs and see the where the sky and the sea, together fade away… with a little bit of old fashioned camping, hiking during the day, and watching fog storms roll in in the afternoon… then to follow, cooking over the camp fire, and of course, lots of s’mores…
If you ever plan on going to Acadia, these are the hiking trails that we did in only a couple of short days: Ocean Path, Cadillac North Ridge Trail, Jordan Pond Path, Beehive Trail, Bowl Trail, & Champlain North Ridge Trail (If possible, I would stay longer!) Some hikes were easy, long walks around beautiful lakes and ocean sides while others were steep cliffs with bars and ladders to cling onto… Travel safe!

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