Precipice Trail in Acadia National Park

Photos from this blog have been used before on the New Bohemians (.net) site, and are used again here for people who have searched for the term Precipice Trail in Acadia National Park. Most of the posts on this trail paint it as difficult, almost dangerous. We live in Arizona, and travel the West mostly, and we found it quite easy, but really fun with a spectacular view from the top. We have a similar short steep trail near our home base in Tucson, Arizona, Picacho Peak in Picacho Peak State Park. The park, along I-10 is a great place to camp with a summit hike reasonable similar to the Precipice Trail, and spectacular, and a figure of eight hike a little longer. The spring blossom is fantastic.
 

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"Steps" on the Precipice Trail in Acadia National Park

"Steps" on the Precipice Trail in Acadia National Park

The Precipice Trail in Acadia National Park has the reputation of being a very difficult trail, almost a technical climb. The Park Service paints it as such. However, anyone who has a normal sense of exposure to heights, a moderate level of fitness (be honest) can achieve a significant goal by climbing the trail. The view from the top is fantastic, and much more rewarding than Cadillac Mountain, for the individual having got their by muscle power. Give it a go!

Claire Rogers beginning the descent of the Precipice Trail

Claire Rogers beginning the descent of the Precipice Trail

A view from the top of the Precipice Trail

A view from the top of the Precipice Trail

Climbers on the Precipice Trail in Acadia National Park

Claire Rogers climbing the Precipice Trail in Acadia National Park

Precipice Trail in Acadia National Park

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