I have decided to post photos of past travels in general and our eight year sailing adventure on SV Irie in particular for Wordless Wednesdays. I hope you enjoy them. Also, I can’t manage completely “wordless”, but I try my best at “almost wordless”. 🙂
There is no photo challenge at the Daily Post this week, so I’m diving head first into the Acadia experience with a photo gallery of the Gorham Mountain Trail. If there is only one hike you can do in Acadia National Park, I highly recommend this one. The views are spectacular and get better with each step you take towards the top. It is a short, but moderate hike that involves climbing over rocks and boulders and that combines the right dose of exercise and beauty. Sturdy shoes are a must as is enough drinking water. Choose a clear day for the best views and save the side trip “Cadillac Cliffs Trail” for the way down, unless you want to walk a loop. This optional part of the hike is relatively strenuous, but quite impressive. Enjoy!
The ascend (trail):
The ascend (views):
The descend on Cadillac Cliffs Trail:
Would you enjoy hiking the Gorham Mountain Trail?