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GIANT SLIDE TRAIL (and Sargent Mountain Loop)

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Giant Slide Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
The Giant Slide Trail starts at the roadside trailhead marker along Route 198. BUY PHOTO
Giant Slide Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
The first half mile of trail goes through privately-owned conserved land. BUY PHOTO
Giant Slide Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
A section of amazing lichen formations. As several signs warn, please stay on the trail to protect these fragile plants. BUY PHOTO
Giant Slide Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
After entering NPS land and crossing a carriage road, the trail follows Sargent Brook. BUY PHOTO
Giant Slide Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
As the little gorge deepens, the hiking gets more rugged. BUY PHOTO
Giant Slide Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
Hiking through the giant slide of boulders in Sargent Brook! BUY PHOTO

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