Canon Brook Trail

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Canon Brook Trail ist ein 3.7 Meilen langer, wenig besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Bar Harbor, Maine. Er führt durch schönen Wald, vorbei an herrlichen Aussichtspunkten und es gibt einen Wasserfall und schöne Wildblumen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Die Route ist am besten von März bis November zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 3.7 miles Höhenunterschied: 961 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

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steinig
3 months ago

Good trail, granite stairs can be rough on the knees if you aren’t big on hiking. Says dog friendly and generally is but a few vertical areas of rock where I had to lift the dogs up a ladder. Wouldn’t recommend wet, the rock would be too slippery. Gorgeous trail and views, would def do again!

wandern
4 months ago

I hiked up this trail as part of a 12 mile multi-trail trek across Acadia, and it was by far my favorite part of the hike. On several occasions i found myself saying out loud what an awesome trail it was. I'm amazed it doesn't get much attention, but that means you'll probably have the trail to yourself. (Which only makes it that much better!). It is a fairly steep climb that tops out at about 2/3 of the way up the Cadillac South Ridge trail, which is an easy, gradual (but very crowded) climb up to the peak of Cadillac Mountain.

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scrambling
5 months ago

Difficult! Beautiful scenic heights and nice variety of trails and flora

wandern
Fri Aug 03 2018

Absolutely stunning trail. It ranges in difficulty from easy to fairly challenging in parts. I wouldn’t recommend the whole thing for novice hikers. I descended Dorr mountain on the south side and connected to south side Cadillac Mountain Trail and ascended from there. The Canon Brook trail had a tough ascent in parts and went through some beautiful stream areas and lots of wildlife with hardly anyone on it in early August (prime season).

wandern
Wed Aug 09 2017

Great trail for the adventurer. I would rate it more a hard trail then moderate but well worth the effort. Many rocks to climb and very steep at parts. Has rock scramleing as well. The top is incredible and offers different ways down. Awesome and a must do.

Thu Jul 13 2017

Beautiful rocky trail, turned onto A. Murray trail......a must do......

Thu Jun 08 2017

Nice trail with some good sights.

Thu Jul 28 2016

Wow. We hiked down this yesterday after it rained night before and it trickled on us. There were sections of slippery slabby rock about 10-20 feet long where your footing better be solid or you're gonna take a ride that won't end up well. If it's at all wet do not bring kids under age of 14. As a parent of young kids (5,5,8) this is not my first choice. If you're an adventurer and experienced hiker, it's awesome. I ended up slipping in my brand new Vasque boots with Vibram bottoms and landed on my back. Luckily I had my Nalgene bottle in my pack as that's what was between my back and the rock. Rest of the trail was slippery roots, puddles and normal trail towards bottom. We finished this hike at dusk and saw some frogs and a deer towards the road as we emerged.

wandern
Wed Jul 31 2013

Great way to hike up and peak two mountains at once this beautiful trail leads you to the split between Dorr and Cadillac mountains. I did the trail in the summer so wasn't much water, it is steep in parts, be careful!

wandern
Thu Jul 04 2013

A large section of the trail is washed out where it is steep. Other than that its a good connector to get up Cadillac Mtn. Be warned, it was reported in the news recently that a hiker took a 60' fall down the brook and had to be rescued.

wandern
Sat Apr 06 2013

Best done in summer when the water is just a trickle. Slippery in places with water coming down the ledge trail!

Wed Jul 20 2005

When combined with the trip to the Cadillac Mtn. summit, and back down the A. Murray Young Trail, this is a pretty strenuous hike. We took 5/2 hours to do it with our 11 year old son. We had a great hike, but were pretty beat at the end!

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