2 hikers rescued after slipping on wet granite in Acadia National Park

Aislinn Sarnacki | BDN
Aislinn Sarnacki | BDN
Dorr Mountain and the Porcupine Islands can be seen from an outlook on the Gorge Path on the east side of Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park.
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Two hikers were rescued in separate incidents at Acadia National Park on Wednesday.
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Two hikers were rescued in separate incidents at Acadia National Park on Wednesday.

The first involved a 47-year-old woman who had slipped on wet granite on the Gorge Path, which runs between Cadillac and Dorr mountains. After 3½ hours, rescuers were able to carry her to an ambulance, according to The Mount Desert Islander.

Soon after, rescuers were called to the Norumbega Mountain Trail where a 67-year-old man had also fallen on wet granite, resulting in a 2½-hour rescue.

Both people suffered injuries to their lower legs, park spokeswoman Christie Anastasia told the newspaper.



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