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|Length||4.0 miles, Network|
Rising over 1,000 feet in 0.9 miles, this climb requires physical and mental strength. It is a rugged, non-technical climb with open cliff faces and iron rungs. It is not recommended for small children, people with a fear of heights, or in wet weather.
|Location||Mount Desert, Southwest Harbor|
|Length||3.9 miles, Loop|
The St. Sauveur and Acadia Mountain Loop is a challenging hike that summits two mountain peaks. It offers stunning views of Somes Sound and the surrounding mountains as well as outlying islands and the ocean.
|Location||T2 R13 WELS|
|Length||4.0 miles, Round Trip|
This remote 2-mile trail hiking includes some ladders and steep sections as it rises to the flat-topped summit. Wide ranging vistas provide views of the mountains and lakes surrounding Moosehead Lake and the upper Penobscot River watershed.
|Length||1.5 miles, One Way|
This rail trail offers easy walking along the historic shoreline of the St. Croix River. The trail passes from a rural setting through downtown Calais and connects to shore front trails in St. Stephen, New Brunswick via the international bridge.
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||2.8 miles, Network|
The hiking trail system offers a moderate but demanding trek for hikers. Trails weave up Quaggy Jo Mountain allowing visitors a chance to explore all the park's beauty including wonderful views from the summits of South and North Peaks.
|Length||2.4 miles, Network|
Schoodic Mountain and Schoodic Beach are popular destinations within the Donnell Pond Public Lands Unit. Schoodic's summit is bare and flat with 360 degree views, including dramatic views over Frenchman Bay and Mount Desert Island.
|Location||Grand Lake Stream Plt, T6 ND BPP|
|Length||4.4 miles, Round Trip|
This trail is easily accessible from the village of Grand Lake Stream and follows the western shoreline of West Grand Lake through moderately rolling terrain and mossy hemlock and pine forests, with occasional outlooks over the lake.
|Length||0.7 miles, Round Trip|
This loop trail starts and ends on Ferry Road a few hundred yards west of Camp Ellis and features three large tupelo trees of the type normally found in southern climates. The trail passes through a mixed hardwood-softwood forest.