Coastal Trails of Maine: Including Acadia National Park (Paperback)
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Maine has one of the longest coastlines in the United States (by one estimation even exceeding that of California), and with nearly 55% of the state's population living in a coastal county the Maine coast remains a popular and populated area of the northeast. Coastal Trails of Maine celebrates this vibrant region by offering the best hikes along Maine's gorgeous coast. Written by local experts and NOBA winners, Dolores Kong and Dan Ring, Coastal Trails of Maine will offer everything hikers will need to explore this treasured shoreline.
About the Author
Dolores Kong and Dan Ring have backpacked all 270 miles of the Appalachian Trail in Maine and have climbed virtually all the peaks that are 4,000 feet and higher in the Northeast. They are members of the White Mountains Four Thousand Footer, the New England Four Thousand Footer, the Adirondack 46Rs, the Northeast 111ers, and the New England Hundred Highest Clubs. A Barnard College graduate, Dolores is a Pulitzer Prize finalist in public service from her previous career as a staff writer at the Boston Globe. A Boston College graduate, Dan is a writer and has been a statehouse bureau chief in Boston for a variety of newspapers. Dan and Dolores are married and live outside Boston.
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