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During winter I recommend bringing snowshoes and ice cleats. Very peaceful hike. Also, saw some Moose Tracks on the trail.

wandern
21 days ago

Hiked this back in mid-October. The fall colors were beautiful, the ruggedness of the coast was amazing, and best of all, there was NO ONE on the trail with us. We did not encounter one person the entire time. As great as Acadia is, it's near impossible to achieve that sort of isolation. One of our favorites in Maine.

Nice hike up from the high point of Evans Notch, Spruce Hill steep in places but Bickford Brook trail slabs along a side hill, pleasant walk through the woods. Had a bear cross the trial about 50 feet in front of me. A bit of a drop to a col and then an easy climb to the summit of Speckled Mountain with nice views into Maine ant the Wild River Area in NH

Broken out. Welcome!

wandern
abseits des Weges
schlammig
steinig
überflutet
überwachsen
1 month ago

If you would like to do this loop we highly recommend ascending Coe (hike counter clockwise). The hike up to Coe has a wet slab that can be slick in wet conditions so use caution. The hike is very challenging, especially if you add North Brother to the loop but it is very rewarding. Plan for the hike to take a full day and bring plenty of water, snacks and bug dope.

wandern
eisig
schlammig
steinig
überwachsen
2 months ago

I really like this trail, hard to find a good one in Maine. When I went it was very very muddy. Be very careful with your footing or you will roll an ankle or submerge it in freezing/muddy water. A part of the trail is closed down and had to take a detour that added around 45 minutes to my hike.

Would be an amazing trail if I had done it earlier in the season. As it was, the trail was incredibly icy and covered in snow. It was a little intimidating seeing only wild cat tracks on the trail. Went up Table Top first and missed the junction connecting to the summit the first time as the sign is meant for the other direction. A few downed trees on the trail. Startled a few hunters in the area, so make sure to wear orange if you’re going during hunting season. Didn’t summit because I wasn’t sure how long it would take to get back down the icy trail and didn’t want to get caught in the dark.

wandern
scrambling
steinig
2 months ago

wandern
steinig
2 months ago

Best parts of Acadia without the garbage and tourists. Camped near the beach and fly fished for stripers, on a clear night the coastal scene is without equal.

wandern
2 months ago

Cutler trail was super dope. Defo going back to camp in the spring, the designated campsite are beautiful! It’s like Acadia without the bullshit. (Don’t get me wrong. Still love Acadia.) And the beaches along the trail are awesome. Did the loop in the woods and along the coast. I think it’s around 9 miles. (There was a part in the woods that they had worked on so I think it’s a bit longer than before.) Good for trail running too. Pic don’t do it justice.

wandern
ausgewaschen
schlammig
scrambling
steinig
2 months ago

We accessed the trail via a cut off trail via bodfish valley road and Borestone road this was a great hike with total miles of about 9 miles round trip. The trail from the first top to the second was very good and easy walking. Did the hike in mid September nice and cool a few through hikers.

this part of the trail is how to get to the lean to. 2.7 miles. this trail was awesome

Had to attempt this hike twice, about a month apart due to weather conditions. It was definitely worth coming back for! A very difficult hike, the views when the fog cleared were unparalleled. The climb up Chimney Pond and Saddle was comparatively much easier than the descent down the Helon Taylor. My friend fell descending the rocks on the steep Helon Taylor. Knife’s Edge took nearly three hours to traverse, and in two instances the rock climbing aspect of it had me rattled. Highly recommend this hike to those who love a challenge!

wandern
scrambling
steinig
3 months ago

10 PM and 2 beers in, my friend & I decided to hike Mt Katahdin via Saddle Trail in the morning, WOW! We started hiking at 9 am not knowing if we would be able to summit. The 3.3 mile hike to Chimney Pond was moderate, fairly rocky terrain. We heard mixed reviews about summiting Mt Katahdin due to possible snow/ice conditions. From Chimney Pond to Mt Katahdin took us 2.5 hours to cover 2.2 miles. To our surprise, our day went from hiking to on our hands and knees climbing huge boulders in a practical vertical accent. As insane as it was, we did always have good grips and we weren't falling or using microspikes! The wind at the top could wake up a dead person. It was a bit much. Never the less, we continued and proudly made it to the summit of Mt Katahdin at 2 PM. The views and picture with the sign were worth all the struggles! On the way down we heard moose calls! But did not see them. We returned to our car at 6:15 PM. If anyone plans on doing this hike in the next week before the park closes, give yourself plenty of time and bring head lamps as it gets dark around 5 PM. Overall it was a fun hike and we're glad we did it. For some perspective, my friend and I are avid New York State Adirondack Mountain Hikers, and we agreed this was the hardest hike we've ever done. We would recommend it though: bring headlamps, water, and a good attitude!

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