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    Paul Dewey added Three hours of autumn peace

    about 1 month ago

    Paul Dewey completed Marsh Creek Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Paul Dewey saved Marsh Creek Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Paul Dewey completed Pickering Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Paul Dewey added First time at Binkey Lee

    about 1 month ago

    Paul Dewey completed Binky Lee Preserve Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Paul Dewey completed Mount Misery Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Paul Dewey reviewed Jordan Pond Full Loop Trail

    4 months ago

    Beautiful trail with gorgeous views around Jordan Pond. As at most popular spots, parking was tough when we arrived at ~10:30. We went clockwise and about 1/5 of the way in, encountered a some easy portions on split logs to keep you out of boggy paths; if someone comes from the other way, one party must yield. A little easy scrambling over some rocks and boulders. Mostly easy paths and a couple bridges. No bikes or wheelchairs. My boys took a quick detour up to bubble rock and met us back at Jordan Pond House for lunch. Skip the heavily-hyped $4 popovers if you are on a budget. Saw loons, frogs, fish, gulls, and chipmunks. Heard squirrels. Fairly busy on this hike, but not annoyingly. Only heard street traffic only as we completed the east side.

    Paul Dewey reviewed The Beehive Loop Trail

    4 months ago

    So my 19 year-old boys did this and loved it, calling it their most challenging (more than the Mist up to Vernal Falls at Yosemite). We’re fairly novice hikers, so my wife and daughter took the back route up to the Beehive Summit to meet them. Together, we then went to the beautiful Bowl and then descended. 2 hours and ten minutes.

    Paul Dewey completed The Beehive Loop Trail

    4 months ago

    Paul Dewey reviewed Acadia Mountain Trail

    4 months ago

    Our first All Trails hike and review. This was challenging for this family of five, but no regrets. I would not recommend for anyone who is in very bad shape or with heart or severe back issues. We took 2.5 hours but I’m sure fitness hikers could do it in half that time. We parked on Route 102 and parked along the road near the small Echo Lake lot (toilet shack right there!). Trailhead lot is on east side of road. Beautiful views of Somes Sound. Even though you might be loathe to climb down to the waterside, take the well marked down and back trail just after the Man O War creek. We missed the MOW waterfall into the water, so research this so you don’t follow suit. The fire road trail back to the road was dull, but welcomingly easy.

    Paul Dewey completed Acadia Mountain Trail

    4 months ago