Hiking Cadillac Mountain in the Winter

Hiking Cadillac Mountain in the Winter

Cadillac Mountain is a wonderful winter hike in Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park is a popular tourist destination in the summer which is why we like to take full advantage in the winter. It’s so nice to be alone at the summit to Cadillac Mountain in the winter! 

Cadillac Mountain Winter Summit

How to access Cadillac Mountain in the winter

You’ll want to park off Eagle Lake Road, at the park entrance. You can park before the gate, walk through the gate and across the bridge where you’ll pick up the Kebo Brook Trail. You’ll take the Kebo Brook Trail until you hit the North Ridge trail to Cadillac Mountain. 

Trails to hike Cadillac Mountain

Trail Stats:

Distance: Approx. 4 miles

Elevation: Approx 1,118 feet

Trail type: Out & back

Trails: Kebo Brook Trail -> Cadillac North Ridge Trail

Kids: It’s icy and sketchy in the winter, so the whine factor is likely high. Big kids only for sure. 

Dogs: We did see a big dog up there! It’s icy, so use your judgement. 

Cadillac Mountain Winter Summit Sign
Cadillac Mountain Winter Icey Summit
Cadillac Mountain Winter Acadia National Park

DD

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  1. Amanda Page

    Is this because the park loop road is closed there? I was looking earlier and All Trails has you start on the park loop road that the North Ridge Trail head?

    1. Danielle Dorrie

      yes mam!

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