Camden Reflections LbNA # 17013 (ARCHIVED)
|Owner||Runs for Beer|
|Placed Date||Jul 19 2005|
(carved by Downhill Dad of 123 Family)
“…the high mountains of Penobscot, against whose feet doth beat the sea"
Captain John Smith (1614)
Past the gate house and pay the fee. Bear left and park with the first set of hikers. Blue blazes from the corner of the lot. Mud bridge to fork. Brush up on your Abenaki and take the “great sea swells” Trail. Cross the stream and up some rock steps. Continue up hill just a bit further. Cross over another cluster of larger rocks – next to a blue blazed tree on the right. Stop. Go 12 paces (1 pace=2 steps) from this blue blaze to the next blue blaze. Look left uphill at about 320 degrees to two boulders with a large tree uphill behind them. The lower boulder has a gap at the bottom, the one above rests on top at an angle. Explore the gap between the two, behind a rock.
Please re-hide so no plastic is visible. The approach to the boulders may be easier from a few steps ahead on the trail.
Hike on to enjoy a great view from the top!