Big Earth Publishing Acadia National Park Dayhikes

In this guide, Jerome and Susan Malitz take the reader through the history, people, fauna, and geology of Acadia. See the magnificent maple trees, the carnivorous purple pitcher plants, bayberry shrubs, and other vegetation that beautify Maine’s small national park. Hear the calls of the peregrine falcon or the hustle of a busy beaver. Yet most importantly, enjoy the thrill of the 14 main hikes and numerous spur trails described in this guide. The park contains over 120 miles of trails, from short and easy to long and strenuous, so there is a hike perfect for all skill levels. This easy-to-use guide covers many of them, and also includes over 150 photos of the area, as well as a description of the 45 miles of carriage roads for bicyclists, walkers, and horseback riders.