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Exploring Bar Harbor, Maine: Take the Terrifying Precipice Trail in Acadia National Park

Visit Bar Harbor, Maine and take the thrilling Precipice Trail in Acadia National Park. Enjoy the beautiful views and don't forget to check out the bird's-eye view of Bar Harbor from 1886.
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How many of you have been to Bar Harbor, Maine? It has to be one of the most beautiful places to visit, especially in the summer. If you’ve never been, you need to go and try the Precipice Trail in Acadia National Park. You won’t regret it — or maybe you will because it’s terrifying!

Here is a wonderful bird’s-eye view of Bar Harbor as it looked in 1886. Click on it for a more detailed version.

Bar Harbor, Mt. Desert Island, Maine. Geo. H. Walker & Co. Lith.


Source: Library of Congress

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