What better way to spend a glorious summer morning than hiking in Acadia National Park with Darron Collins leading the way on the Beachcroft Trail […]
If you like hikes with a little mystery, you’ll enjoy the trail at the new Frank E. Woodworth Preserve on Ripley Neck in the Washington […]
Whether you are a novice hiker or just sort of lazy, there are several easy hikes within Acadia National Park to fit your agenda. (Whatever […]
Cyclists whiz around corners and whip up and down gentle hills on Acadia National Park’s carriage roads. Surrounded on all sides by trees, mountains and […]
A long, dirt road winds through the middle of the Holbrook Island Sanctuary in Brooksville with trailheads intermittently marked on either side. Near the end, […]
Ellen Dohmen spots a clover patch to the left of the Valley Trail on Beech Mountain. She stops and plucks a few leaves to smell. […]
“Do you hear that?” Nancy Patterson asks as she walks deeper down the trail and into the woods. She’s referring to the call of a […]
This summer, Acadia National Park visitors staying at Blackwoods Campground can walk from their campsites to access the ocean, the village of Otter Creek, Sand […]
This summer, Acadia National Park visitors staying at Blackwoods Campground can walk from their campsites to access the ocean, the village of Otter Creek, Sand Beach and trails up several mountains.
The weathered bronze discs are called benchmarks, and engraved in each are the year they were set, the name of the spot and also the name of the national agency that lay them: the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey.
On a clear morning in June, a woman with short, white hair made her way through the Ingersoll Point Preserve at a blistering pace — except Donna Kausen wasn’t worrying about blisters.