Home to Acadia National Park, Mount Desert Island boasts some of the best hiking trails in all of the Northeast. From challenging mountain ascents to gentle walks alongside quiet lakes, these pathways stretch for more than 100 miles, crisscrossing oceanside peaks, skirting quiet backcounty ponds, and winding through forests of fir. Earl Brechlin, an avid outdoorsman and registered Maine guide, has been enjoying the wilds of the island for more than 20 years, and has compiled 31 of the best trails into this new guidebook. Easy-to-use maps clarify Mount Desert Island's often complex trail network.
In addition to detailed descriptions of each hike, Brechlin includes trip-planning advice and fascinating tidbits only a Mount Desert insider would know.
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