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| p.1 #2 · Acadia National Park Advice + Bonus |
Granite ridges typically shaped by ice run from north to south in Acadia, so if looking for more strenuous hikes, aim for either the north slopes or either of the side slopes. The "mountains" in Acadia aren't all that tall, but because they rise up out of the sea they might seem a little more imposing than they really are. Cadillac is the tallest, but at only 1530 ft it isn't very high. A pretty decent hike to the top of Cadillac via the West Face will get most people at least breathing hard, though most of the trails on the island are interconnected, so you can mix and match distances and difficulties to suit your needs.