Dorr Mountain Trail (ANP)

  • Fall color in Acadia National Park.


Dogs No

Bird Watching

Fall Foliage

3.3 (miles)


Out & Back

~1150 (+) (Elev. Δ - ft)


Dorr Mountain Trail is a moderate hiking trail in Acadia National Park that features wonderful scenery. The trail climbs stone steps with iron rungs protecting from an open ridge and weaves through a thick forest. The trailhead is located on Route 3 at the south end of the Tarn. Nearly 340 different bird species have been recorded in Acadia National Park, including twenty-three different species of warblers that breed in the park. The incredible diversity makes Acadia one of the premier bird-watching destinations in the country. Hikers that watch and listen along the trail will likely spot quite a few. Acadia has five campgrounds.

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Entrance and Camping Fees
Contact: Acadia National Park 20 McFarland Hill Drive Bar Harbor ME 04609

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