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Stratheden Path

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Length


0.8 Miles 1.3 Kilometers


86' 26 m

Ascent

-21' -6 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (1°)

16%

Max Grade (9°)

159' 48 m

High

76' 23 m

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A family friendly hike through the forest

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Dogs Leashed

Features Fall Colors · Views · Wildlife

Family Friendly It is an easy mostly level hike through the forest with the chance of seeing wildlife

Description

The Stratheden Path is a kid friendly hike through the forest, with one end of the trail beginning along the One Way section of the Park Loop Road, just below the Kebo Mountain Trail. The elavation does not change much but the trail is a good short hike where you might see deer, rabbit, porcupine or woodpeckers. The trail passes along the base of Kebo Mountain before continuing on to the Hemlock Road and Sieur de Monts, passing by the Homans Trailhead and the Jesup Path boardwalk as it does so. Like other trails within Acadia National Park this trail is dog friendly as long as your dog is on a leash. In Autumn when the leaves are changing color is a great time to hike along this trail as the forest comes alive with bright colors.

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in Bar Harbor

#27

in Maine

#1,780

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Significant portions of this trail were rebuilt last year by AMC volunteers and workers, starting about 1/4 mile in from Park Loop road, and including significant new stone steps to bypass wet areas, water diversion work, rock removal and generalized trail improvement. Jun 7, 2017

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