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Carriage Roads, Acadia National Park

Carriage Roads, Acadia National Park
1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)
Route 3
Hulls Cove, ME 04644
Website: nps.gov/acad
Phone: 207-288-3338

Pedal into the heart of Acadia National Park on 45 mapped and signposted miles of car-free, crushed-stone carriage roads, punctuated by 17 handsome granite-faced bridges and two gatehouses. Best Mountain Biking
-Yankee Magazine May/June 2015

Best Biking
Pedal up to 45 miles of well-signed, crushed-rock carriage roads weaving though Acadia National Park’s woodlands. Adding interest are gurgling streams, sparkling ponds, 17 rough stone bridges, two stone gatehouses, and the Jordan Pond House restaurant and tearoom.

-Yankee Magazine May/June 2012

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