Back to Acadia: Carriage Roads

Today, at around 4, we drove 20 minutes to a part of Acadia that was basically a whole system of scenic, gravel roads, that, to this day, only allow carriages, pedestrians, and bikes to go on. We must have walked a mile or more to a couple of cool bridges over creeks, one of which was right by a cool waterfall. We walked around the bridges, then we walked back to the car.

The carriage road.
View of lake.
Walking across a bridge.
Waterfall through a bridge.
Family picture by under the bridge.
Getting wet.

2 thoughts on “Back to Acadia: Carriage Roads”

  1. Love the stonework of the bridges. The streams obviously get some large waterflow. And the vegetation—coastal. Lots to observe. Thanks.

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