Mug Adventures: Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park
I was so thankful that the road was still open to the top of Cadillac Mountain as we went to Acadia National Park the last weekend in October, and a lot of areas were already closed off for the winter season. Once you drive up to the top of the Mountain their is a large parking area, and you can either walk along the designated path at the top or scamper around on the rocks only. They are trying to maintain a leave not tracy policy, and not allowing people to walk on the fragile vegetation.
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It was really fun to look down on the islands that are just off the coast of the park. Some of the islands are public and have ferries over to them, and other ones are privately owned. I hope the next time we come to acadia we can ferry or kayak out to some of these islands.
I really loved all the warm fall colors of the vegetation this time of year, and the patterns in the patches of frozen ice. Definitely spend some time scampering around when you drive up here!
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