6 Unforgettable Hiking Trails in Acadia National Park


Welcome to Acadia National Park, a gem of the US Northeast. This park offers over 150 miles of hiking trails for all levels and preferences.

It follows the rocky coastline from Sand Beach to Otter Cliff, passing by landmarks such as Thunder Hole and Monument Cove.

Ocean Path


The pond is famous for its clear water and the twin mountains of Penobscot and Sargent in the background.

Jordan Pond Path


The Great Head Trail is a moderate loop trail that starts from Sand Beach and climbs up to the Great Head peninsula.

Great Head Trail


The Champlain Mountain Trail is a challenging and rewarding trail that ascends to the summit of Champlain Mountain.

Champlain Mountain Trail


The Precipice Trail, a heart-pounding ascent of Champlain Mountain's sheer cliffs, features iron rungs, ladders, and railings for an exhilarating challenge.

Precipice Trail


The Beehive Trail is another thrilling and adventurous trail that ascends to the summit of Beehive Mountain using iron rungs and ladders.

Beehive Trail


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