This winter has been unseasonably warm, and the lack of snow is kind of depressing. Willow and DD decided to search for snow, and we found it in Acadia National Park! This is a great hike from Acadia Mountain to St. Sauveur. We started our hike on Acadia Mountain and then headed over to St. Sauver. This trail is a nice day hike, with great views of Somes Sounds and Echo Lake. Spoiler Alert: This blog post is more photo oriented, so my apologies for the large photos. Also, DD used her old brand of Of Remarkable Times to brand the photos, so that’s what that means. We went a little crazy with the GoPro. Scroll down to the bottom for more details!
FMI and references:
Parking/Trailhead: Acadia Mountain Trailhead along Route 102 by Echo Lake. The trailhead is on the opposite side of the highway.
Distance: 3.8 miles
Elevation: St. Sauveur Mountain (690 ft.) and Acadia Mountain (681 ft.)
Both – Kathoola Microspikes
Have you done this trail? Let us know in the comments below!
Sending Love and Light from Maine,
DD and Willow
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