We've been bikers for along time. We've been on some great trails in some beautiful places. But none of the trails offer what Acadia National Park has to offer. The trails are carraige trails built by John D. Rockefeller to be used only for non-automobile travel. They are wide, gravel trails that travel up and down the sides of the mountains.
All the intersections are marked and take you spots high in the mountains, down by the lakes or to wonderful dining at the Jordan Pond House.
Just one of many fantastic views along the bike trail. That's Tom up ahead. The trail gradually leads uphill - you need to be geared down to make it - but what a wonderful climb!
The view from the top!