Cadillac North Ridge Trail is a 4.1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Bar Harbor, ME that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Cadillac North Ridge Trail Trail is a 4.4 mile out and back trail located near Bar Harbor, Maine that offers scenic views. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking.
Would be a great hike in clear weather. The descent was challenging and slippery after a rainfall.
Beautiful views of Acadia. Hiked on a clear day. Challenging if you are not in good physical condition.
Views are amazing and worth the hike. A bit of a tough hike for me only because of climbing the boulders and large rocks which we don't have much of in Texas. A lot of tourists and cars at the summit.
Awesome . Great hike
We made a loop of this trail by connecting from Cadillac Summit to Gorge Path. We parked at the Gorge Path trailhead and finished on the North Ridge, walking down the road to our car.
Good crowded hike. Scenery is great.
Views are stunning! Not to hard. Enjoy
This was a fun hike. Beautiful scenery. Well maintained. A must do on your trail list.
great trail day. awesomely windy
So much fun scrambling over the rocks with the beautiful ocean below us.
It was a wonderful hike with spectacular views!
It is a good hike with terrain that varies as it goes over glacier granite, large rocks, and wooded glens. It has some rewarding views of Bar Harbor and the accomplishment for a 70 year old guy.
Love it out here.. Come during peak tourist season (end July beg Aug) and find yourself a little quiet spot on top off to the side and eat blue berries until you've had your full!
Awesome hike. Get up really early and hike to the top for a amazing sunrise you will never forget. Be the first to see the sunrise on the entire East Coast.
Had an awesome hike with my 12 and 9 year old boys.. Coming back down is steep, I heard South side is easier on the knees going back down.