Carriage Roads, Acadia National Park

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Biking Trail · Nature / Park
Hike or bike in pristine nature along Carriage Roads, closed to motorized vehicles. Funded by oil magnate John D. Rockefeller, who personally oversaw their construction between 1919 and 1931, the roads lead through thick native forests and cross stone bridges. You can combine hiking with canoeing in the summer period. Most roads are open for cross-country skiing or snowmobiles in the wintertime, but it's a good idea to check the website for any weather-related closures before you make your plans. A visit to Carriage Roads represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Acadia National Park online trip planner to plot your vacation.
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  • We rented E bikes and probably rode 30 of the 47 miles. Eagle Lake was closed for renovations. The paths are well maintained. Some of the hills are fairly steep but with the E bikes no problem.  more »
  • It was drizzling a bit on May 11th, but no big deal... the weather was very mild and comfortable. Witch Hold Pond and Paradise Hill Loop is an easy 4.5 mile hike along the carriage roads, more of a...  more »
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