Regional Hiking

Get Ready for Fall Hiking in Acadia National Park!

By James Kaiser Acadia National Park is one of New England’s premier hiking destinations, and with good reason. Located two-thirds of the way up the rugged coast of Maine, it’s home to over a dozen mountains with spectacular coastal views. Tumbling down from the bare granite peaks are storybook scenes of pine-covered islands, boat-filled harbors, and classic lighthouses. All told, ... Read More »

Franconia Notch State Park in New Hampshire: Gorge-ous!

The Flume Gorge is an 800 ft natural gorge located in Franconia Notch State Park within the White Mountains of New Hampshire, at the base of Mount Liberty. The granite walls of this gorge were originally molten rock 200 million years ago (give or take a few) which eventually cooled, covered over by glaciers during the Ice Age. Today you ... Read More »