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The Beehive Trail

Bar Harbor, ME

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The Beehive Trail is a 0.9 mile out and back trail located near Bar Harbor, ME. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking and birding.

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Cadillac Mountain South Ridge Trail
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Breathtaking!!!!!

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Bald Pate Mountain
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Mast Landing
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Very nice snowshoe. Tons of deer tracks!

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Acadia National Park Cruise
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Wonderful!!!!!!

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Cox Pinnacle
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13 Completed 1 Reviews

Nice easy snowshoe loop with well marked trails. Great trail to take dogs on.

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Grafton Notch Trail
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724 Completed 232 Reviews

Did this trail in July 2002, included the AT and the Eyebrow Trail. We first stopped at Screw Auger Falls, which was a nice cascade of waterfalls with a gorge at the bottom resembling an auger bit hole crafted by rushing water over the years. We next entered the “notch,” the mountain pass or gap, and parked in the parking lot right in the crux of the notch and on the AT. There were several AT through-hikers. We took the climb to the Eyebrow 2.1M RT on Eyebrow Trail Loop (Orange blazes off white-blazed AT), and descended via the white blazed AT on our return. The hike was very steep and challenging, seemed much longer than we thought, had lots of rocks and slippery tree roots, but was cool and quiet. A low cloud cover hampered the views of the mountainside. We rested at the top, had a brief snack, and took the AT back down. Challenging and rewarding short hike. After this one, we went across the road and hiked to Table Rock. Next time will complete Old Speck.

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Kennebec River, Hallowell to Augusta
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

We enjoyed an unseasonably warm midday walk from Augusta to Hallowell. The snow was cleared from the trail and it was without obstacles. We saw other walkers and joggers throughout the length of this section. Only one dog was out, and it was not leashed, but it weighed less than five pounds. Adults of all ages seemed to be enjoying the walk and most responded to our greetings with, "How's it going?".

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Saco Heath Preserve Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Went on a photo shoot trip there. As it is in the marsh, where bug repellant during the season. Very scenic, including rarely seen bog plants such as wild cranberry and pitcher plants.

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Carson Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Easy trail. Have walked it many times, including with small children. Great area for watching marsh birds.

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Migis Lodge Trails
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Beautiful!!!!!!!!