Tag Archives: Acadia

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Bikers will catch glimpses of the sea and distant islands, but it’s the spruce-fir forest, white pine and cedar woodlands that draw them in on […]

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All eyes were trained on the eastern face of Champlain Mountain as a young peregrine falcon lifted off from its hidden perch along the Precipice […]

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BAR HARBOR — Bike chains clicked and tires buzzed on the asphalt, accompanied by casual conversation and cool, crisp air flowing through the trees of […]

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Sitting atop the granite face of Otter Cliffs, Eli Simon’s legs comfortably dangled over the 110-foot crag as the waves thundered against the rock below, […]

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With millions of visitors to Acadia National Park, it may take a little more planning to find your own special space within the park.

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Ellen Pierce grew up running, hiking, playing and swimming in Acadia National Park, which was practically in her Somesville backyard. From a young age, Pierce […]

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With 3.3 million visitors during Acadia national Park’s centennial celebration, officials are advising that it may take a little more planning to find your own […]

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One of the world’s most popular airplanes for sightseeing, used from Alaska to Africa, is now available for scenic tours of Acadia National Park and […]

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For more than 130 years, people have hiked the Asticou Path to a reward of freshly brewed tea and homemade popovers at Jordan Pond.

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The Champlain Society’s story and contribution to Acadia National Park’s founding is the focus of an exhibit “Before Acadia: Adventure & Discovery.”

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Local runner Gary Allen is almost 60 years old, but he feels like a kid again when he runs on the gravel carriage trails of Acadia National Park.

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“Biking is freedom,” Gagnon said. “You feel like you’re on a cloud, you can go places and you don’t even need a license.”

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One of the two most beautiful experiences when coming to Downeast Maine is to take a ferry ride across the sun-speckled Frenchman Bay to Winter […]

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One of two routes up the south side of Dorr Mountain, the A. Murray Young Path is a hidden jewel in the Acadia National Park trail system.

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With even more than the usual 2.5 million annual visitors expected during this summer’s centennial celebration, officials are advising that it may take a little more planning to find your own special space within Acadia.

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