|Difficulty|| Easy |
|Length||7.5 miles, Network|
This network of hiking trails leads across the length of Schoodic Peninsula, from Winter Harbor in the north through spruce-fir forests, pine woodlands, and a shrubland, terminating on the southern end at Blueberry Hill.
|Length||1.1 miles, Network|
The Riverview Trail is a short loop trail that brings visitors within arm's reach of the York River Estuary. Excellent birding with open views of salt pannes and expansive stretches of salt marsh along the York River and Smelt Brook.
Maine Trail Finder
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||19.5 miles, Network|
The 10th Mountain Center has an extensive ski trail network with ten primary trails and/or loops, ranging from beginner to advanced. The trails undulate through conifer forests and offer great views of the surrounding region.
|Length||1.9 miles, Round Trip|
This gravel sand bar to Bar Island is open for about 3 hours during low tide. Once on the island, another mile of trail leads to the highest point on the island for a nice view back at the village of Bar Harbor and Frenchman Bay.
|Length||3.7 miles, One Way|
The hike from Sieur de Monts to Sand Beach via Beachcroft and Champlain Mountain trails features panoramic coastal mountain views of Mount Desert Island, Frenchman Bay, and the outer islands. The Beachcroft Trail is an historic memorial pathway, constructed in 1915.
|Length||1.9 miles, Network|
The Beehive is an exposed, iron rung climb. It is not recommended for small children, people with a fear of heights or in wet weather. Good traction shoes are advised. Those who are up for this challenging hike are rewarded with outstanding views.