Hiking inherently has hazards, and Acadia National Park has conditions that can surprise even the most experienced hikers.
Winter is arguably one of the most beautiful seasons in Acadia. Going into the park on a “bluebird day” with the sun shining after a fresh snowfall feels like stepping into a magical crystalline wonderland. But with this incredible beauty also comes increased risk.
With 80 miles of open roads on Mount Desert Island and 45 miles of carriage roads, there are plenty of biking options.