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HADLOCK BROOK TRAIL and MAPLE SPRING TRAIL

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Hadlock Brook Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2015 Joe Braun Photography
After a mile of uphill hiking, the Hadlock Brook Trail clears the forest and we are hiking on open granite. BUY PHOTO
Hadlock Brook Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2015 Joe Braun Photography
Looking back at the great scenery to the southwest; Upper Hadlock Pond is now in view. BUY PHOTO
Hadlock Brook Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2015 Joe Braun Photography
The Hadlock Brook Trail ends at the junction with the Sargent South Ridge Trail. BUY PHOTO
Sargent Mountain photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2013 Joe Braun Photography
The scenery on top of Sargent Mountain is reminiscent of the majestic Scottish highlands. BUY PHOTO
Maple Spring Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2015 Joe Braun Photography
Now heading down the Maple Springs Trail with Western Mountain (Bernard Mountain) far in the distance. BUY PHOTO
Maple Spring Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2015 Joe Braun Photography
Maple Spring--not the most appealing water source for hikers... BUY PHOTO
Maple Spring Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2015 Joe Braun Photography
An amazing view from a mini peak along the shoulder of Sargent Mountain! BUY PHOTO
Maple Spring Trail photo (Acadia National Park) -- © 2015 Joe Braun Photography
Beautiful glacier-carved patterns in the pink granite. BUY PHOTO

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