Constructed in 1915, the Beachcroft Path is a historic memorial trail in Acadia National Park that’s famous for its twisting pathways and staircases built of granite blocks. Measuring just over a mile, the trail climbs over a small mountain called Huguenot Head, then climbs the west slope of Champlain Mountain to its summit.
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