Monday, December 31, 2007

New Year Greetings from Acadia National Park

Planning to visit Acadia National Park in the New Year? There are plenty of activities to keep you busy on this Maine Island during the winter , especially when the National Park gets a significant snowfall. And we have a LOT of snow this year....One more foot of snow accumulated again today, and more is on the way! "Let it Snow" !

Acadia has forty-five miles of groomed carriage roads that offer the perfect setting for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. My friend and neighbor, "Dr Bob" and his helpers lay down the ski tracks on the carriage roads whenever there is a new snow fall! You can also cross country ski or snowshoe on the unplowed park roads. If you're coming 'from away', you don't even have to invest or transport skis, poles, shoes and other miscellaneous winter paraphernalia . Ski equipment and other rentals are available in the local communities. (See link for Cadillac Mountain Sports in Bar Harbor)

Stop by the office to say 'Hi' when you are in the village...but be careful not to trip over my snowshoes and ski poles that are in the office entry. The village landing is directly across from my office and it is incredibly beautiful when the rocky coast is covered with new snow!
Hope to see you in '08! The welcome mat is always out at REALTOR® GramEpat's place!

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