Day Mt Peak Carriage Trail

Acadia National Park, Maine

Distance1.5mi
Elevation Gain485ft
Trailhead Elevation530ft
Top575ft
Elevation Min/Max302/575ft
Elevation Start/End530/530ft

Day Mt Peak Carriage Trail

Day Mt Peak Carriage Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Hancock County, Maine. It is within Acadia National Park. It is 1.5 miles long and begins at 530 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 485 feet. This trail connects with the following: Carriage Trail and Day Mountain Trail.

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"Day Mountain, elevation gain 583 feet, round trip 1.5 miles. At first glance, it’s easy to discount this little hike up a little mountain. But you’d be wrong to do so. A short walk on this trail through winter-white woods will take you to an eagle’s-eye perch looking across the rocky Maine coast and the wildly cold blue waters of the Atlantic.

There’s a hiking trail that runs up the south side and down the north, hooking up with a carriage road to complete a loop. There’s a carriage road-popular with cross-country skiers-that runs up and back down from Day Mountain’s scenic summit. And there’s a carriage road that circles the perimeter. We like to take the hiking trail up and carriage road back down (or vice versa), leaving us plenty of time to poke around the Seal Harbor General Store. Better idea; stop at the store first to stock up on gourmet picnic items, including fresh-made sandwiches, cookies, and fruit to take with you on your hike. We nearly always make another stop here on our return, to browse the general store’s expansive wine section-offering one of the best selections on the island."

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Trail Information

Acadia National Park
Nearby City
Acadia National Park
Parks
Kid-friendly
Accessibility
Easy to Difficult
Skill Level
Acadia National Park
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Sep 2018