Thursday, 6 August 2015

Acadia: best hiking in New England?





It's generally reckoned that the best time to go hiking in New England is between Labour Day - the first Monday in September when Americans return in droves from their summer holidays - and the fall, when leaf peepers turn out in their thousands to watch the landscape turning gold and flaming scarlet. The trails are quiet and the weather is usually good. And there's no better place to hike than Maine's Acadia National Park, where you can get above the trees for sweeping views of the Atlantic coast and islands. Lobster rolls for picnic lunches, lobster for dinner - See my full article here. Meanwhile here are some images to whet the appetite:


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