This trail is accessible from the Park Loop Road and provides an alternative route to the summits of Cadillac Mountain and Dorr Mountain. Nestled between the two peaks, this trail continually cris-crosses what looks like a dry river bed in the spring and summer. It leaves you to wonder how much water cascades down these rocks when the snow melts. The trail starts off fairly easy and gets more rocky as you ascend toward your chosed peak. Watch your step as some of the rocks you step on may be a bit loose. It's a fun trail but does stay below the tree line for most of the hike.
You can enter Acadia National Park from either Route 3 or 233 and get on the park loop road. Once the road turns one way, you will find the entrance to the trail head about 2-3 miles down on your right. The entrance is just off the road as it descends from hill. Watch carefully because it's easy to miss.
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