Discover Acadia National Park: AMC's Guide to the Best Hiking, Biking, and Paddling by Jerry MonkmanDiscover Acadia National Park: AMC's Guide to the Best Hiking, Biking, and Paddling by Jerry Monkman

Discover Acadia National Park: AMC's Guide to the Best Hiking, Biking, and Paddling

byJerry Monkman, Marcy Monkman

Paperback | March 16, 2010

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Discover Acadia National Park, 3rd Edition includes the 50 best hiking, biking, and paddling trips in Acadia for all ability levels, including hikes up Cadallac Mountain and cycling trips on the Park's popular carriage roads. This completely revised edition includes five new trips and the most up-to-date information on where to go and what to do during a visit to New England's only national park. First-time visitors and veteran explorers alike will enjoy this comprehensive guide to trips on Mt. Desert Island, Isle au Haut, and the Schoodic Peninsula. Perfect for a day trip or multi-day excursion, this guidebook will reveal scenic bike paths, cobblestone beaches, glacial ponds, granite peaks, and ocean-side cliffs.
Jerry and Marcy Monkman own and operate Eco photography, a photo business featuring nature, adventure, and travel photography in the Northeast. Both avid outdoors people, the Monkmans are authors to many guidebooks on outdoor recreation, including Discover the White Mountains (AMC Books). They live in Portsmouth, NH with their daughter...
Title:Discover Acadia National Park: AMC's Guide to the Best Hiking, Biking, and PaddlingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:March 16, 2010Publisher:Appalachian Mountain Club BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1934028290

ISBN - 13:9781934028292

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Table of Contents

Tentative Table of ContentsTable of Contents Hiking in Acadia1. Connor's Nubble2. Flying Mountain3. Great Head and Sand Beach4. The Bubbles5. Gorham Mountain and Ocean Path6. The Beehive and the Bowl7. Bar Harbor to Sand Beach8. Beech Mountain9. Norumbega Mountain10. Huguenot Head and Champlain Mountain11. Pemetic Mountain and Bubble Pond12. Acadia and Saint Sauveur Mountains13. Penobscot and Sargent Mountains14. The Western Mountains: Mansell and Bernard15. Peak-Baggers' Delight: Bald Peak, Parkman Mountain, Gilmore Mountain, and Sargent Mountain16. Dorr Mountain, the Gorge, and Sieur de Monts Spring17. Cadillac Mountain18. Northeast Harbor to Eagle Lake19. Bar Harbor to Jordan Pond via Three Summits20. Eastern Side Traverse Biking in Acadia21. Maple Spring-Hadlock Brook Loop22. Hio Fire Road23. Witch Hole Pond and Paradise Hill24. Seal Cove Pond-Western Mountain Loop25. Long Pond Fire Road26. Amphitheater Loop27. Echo Lake to Seal Cove Pond28. Aunt Betty Pond Loop29. Eagle Lake Loop30. Bar Harbor to Ocean Drive Loop31. Bar Harbor to Jordan Pond via Eagle Lake32. Day Mountain33. Jordan Pond-Bubble Pond Loop34. Giant Slide Loop35. Around the Mountain Loop36. Around the Mountain II Quiet Water Paddling Acadia's Inland Waters37. Little Long Pond38. Echo Lake39. Jordan Pond40. Long Pond, South End41. Seal Cove Pond42. Northeast Creek43. Eagle Lake44. Long Pond, North End Sea Kayaking Acadia's Coastal Waters45. Mount Desert Narrows46. Frenchman Bay and the Porcupine Islands47. Sutton and Bear Islands48. Somes Sound49. Seal Cove to Pretty Marsh50. Cranberry IslandsEssays Leave the Snakebite Kit at HomeImpressive Speed: The Peregrine FalconFamily Adventure in AcadiaCairnsA Forest and a Wetland in One?The Great Fire of 1947The Subalpine ZoneTwisted PinesThe Boreal ForestWhite-Tailed Deer FactsEarly Human History of Mount Desert IslandAcadia's Mosaic ForestLichensRoad TripsFrogs and TurtlesEcho Lake CampGranite Domes and Glacial LakesAirborne Enemies: Bald Eagles and OspreysBeaver: Acadia's Rodent Corps of EngineersLoon or Cormorant?Humpback WhalesTourism and the Creation of Acadia National ParkFogWhat Is a Fiord? Harbor Seals and PorpoisesIntertidal Zones Appendix ATrail guide-like descriptions of all the maintained and officially designated trails in Acadia NP. Appendix BThe Other Acadia: The Schoodic Peninsula and Isle au Haut Appendix CBoat Trips Appendix DLodging and campgrounds Appendix EOutfitters Appendix FOther activities, such as museums and theaters Appendix GRecommended reading Appendix HConservation and Recreation Organizations Index

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"The Monkmans have done their homework. This book is one you should have in your library of guides. If you're looking for a good reference where you can 'shop' for your next day's adventure in Acadia National Park, get a copy of this book."- Jeff Strout, Bangor Daily News