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CANON BROOK TRAIL and A. MURRAY YOUNG PATH

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Canon Brook Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2013 Joe Braun Photography
Hiking the start of the Canon Brook Trail past the ponds south of the Tarn. BUY PHOTO
Canon Brook Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
Just west of the A. Murray Young Path junction, the Canon Brook Trail starts its rocky ascent. BUY PHOTO
Canon Brook Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
Canon Brook trickles through a large crevasse cut out of the granite mountain. BUY PHOTO
Canon Brook Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
Standing inside the impressive notched crevasse. (The trail goes up and around to the left.) BUY PHOTO
Canon Brook Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
Another shot of the great Canon Brook view. Dorr and Champlain Mountains are in the distance. BUY PHOTO
Canon Brook Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
The trail continues uphill to the south ridge of Cadillac Mountain. BUY PHOTO
Cadillac South Ridge Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
The Featherbed--an idyllic little pond located at the junction with the Cadillac South Ridge Trail. BUY PHOTO
Bubble and Jordan Ponds Path photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
Meanwhile on the other side of the Cadillac South Ridge Trail, the Bubble-and-Jordan-Ponds Path leaves the carriage road to start its ascent up the west side. BUY PHOTO

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