Cadillac Mountain Summit

Cadillac Mountain Summit

At 1,530 feet, the tallest mountain in Acadia National Park is, at least part of the year (there’s some debate), the first spot in the United States to see the sun. It’s the culmination of several great hikes, but an auto road also leads to the top, where visitors can wander a trail network and scope a number of different vistas.

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