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seth@LOKIThe rising sun split and bubbled through the clouds for minutes  Sucess!
Date Climbed: May 19, 2001

seth@LOKI

Wow...the sun rising (or I guess more the earth spinning in its direction) over the Atlantic ws incredible. The sun seemed to slither, bubble and squeeze into multiple globes through multiple layers of clouds on the narrow horizon. Wow!
Thanks Ralph Swanson you slacker...bubble Rock was awesome too~!
Posted Jul 25, 2006 4:50 pm

RyanSroad  Sucess!
Date Climbed: May 20, 2006

RyanS

When we found out that Mount Washington had received 14 inches of snow on Monday, my wife and I decided to head to Maine early. We took the detour to Acadia NP and then headed north to Millinocket where we spent the night before climbing Katahdin.
Posted May 29, 2006 8:37 am

benjohnsonRoute: ? (trail)  Sucess!

benjohnson

Perhaps my first summit ever. I recall being slightly disappointed by the line of parked RVs near the summit, but it was still a fun climb.
Posted Mar 15, 2006 5:06 pm

hikeman76Route Climbed: Unknown Date Climbed: June 8 2005  Sucess!

hikeman76

Excellent views and very windy.
Posted Jun 11, 2005 9:55 am

syzygyRoute Climbed: Unknown (from the east) Date Climbed: Aug 25,1993  Sucess!
It was a while ago, I was on a boat in Northwest Harbour. We heard about the Precipice and had to do it. We cab'd it over and hiked back. Due to trail closures we had to take the trail over Cadillac. We would have normaly avoided the crowds, but we did it anyhow.
Posted Nov 22, 2004 9:56 pm

csmcgranahanRoute Climbed: West Ridge Date Climbed: September 7, 2004  Sucess!

csmcgranahan

A great, short but steep, hike to the high point of Acadia National Park. My wife Julie and I thoroughly enjoyed this as part of our honeymoon.
Posted Oct 31, 2004 3:30 pm

whiteheatRoute Climbed: Bubble Pond trail Date Climbed: August 2004  Sucess!

whiteheat

My friends and I had the bright idea of hiking Cadillac before 5.a.m. to see the sunrise from the top. bubble Pond trail is the shortest and we hiked it in under an hour. However, it is very hard to stay on a poorly marked trail in the dark, and it is very foggy on top of Cadillac at 5 something a.m. But it was fun. Acadia is waaayyyy too crowded in the summer. I think I'll stick to x-country skiing there.
Posted Oct 13, 2004 11:59 pm

rolkamonDate Climbed: 4 Sept, 04  Sucess!

rolkamon

An essential part of the Acadia NP experience.

Posted Sep 12, 2004 6:09 pm

desainmeRoute Climbed: Wonderwall on Otter Cliffs Date Climbed: August 15, 2004  Sucess!

desainme

Climbed on the Otter Cliffs just south ot the Sand Beach in the evening with Jon Tierny of Acadia Mountaineering. My first climb in 4 years. I did Wonderwall middle 5.6 and Wonderwall the crack to the right of the middle at 5.5. The tide was out leaving a large bench to start on.
Posted Aug 22, 2004 4:12 pm

BobSmithRoute Climbed: Drive up. Date Climbed: 1986, 2000  Sucess!

BobSmith

First time I went to the top of Cadillac, my wife and I watched the most amazing meteor storm as we lay on the hood of our rented car. Unforgettable. Not sure if you can drive up there at night anymore.

Posted Apr 22, 2004 4:26 pm

Andrzej GibasiewiczRoute Climbed: normal path Date Climbed: 10 June 1994  Sucess!

Andrzej Gibasiewicz

nice views
Posted Mar 22, 2004 5:09 pm

demo1427Date Climbed: August 2001  Sucess!

demo1427

First summit with my son. He was 11 months old at the time, and my wife and I carried him up in a child backpack. Great view of mountains and water.
Posted Nov 26, 2003 5:06 am

NelsonRoute Climbed: The road, by car Date Climbed: July, 1963  Sucess!

Nelson

I was near the summit of this mountain with my father and brother to watch a total eclipse of the sun. The town of Bar Harbor was mostly buried under a sea of clouds, but we saw the eclipse clearly from up here. It was incredible.



I found a web story about it.
Posted Nov 3, 2003 10:38 pm

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