Acadian Crossing: A Sea Kayak Odyssey

Acadian Crossing: A Sea Kayak Odyssey

Sun, Jul 28, 2024 - Sat, Aug 10, 2024  (14 days)
  Ages: 14 - 16

Standing sentinel at the farthest outreach of Penobscot Bay, the “Island at the Top” is a secret part of Acadia National Park that few know about and even fewer get to visit.  Our sea-faring tribe will hike to the top of her hills, swim in her fresh-water pools, and scramble the steep rocky outcroppings of her rugged coast – but to reach her shores will require 30 miles of island hopping as our sea kayaks doge the wind, waves, fog, and tidal currents, each testing and building our skills. We’ll dive into the history of the region, of colonial settlers, of lonely lobstermen and shipwrecked boats, of the indigenous who came first, and take in the pristine beauty and nature of Maine's farthest reaches. Come along on an adventurous paddle that is a feather in the cap of any sea kayaker!


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