The Beehive in Acadia National Park juts out of the terrain proudly at 520 feet (158 m). If you have ever visited Sand Beach, you have likely noticed it to the northwest, towering over the horizon and the Sand Beach parking area. Even without binoculars, you will often see hikers trekking up the hiking trail on its southeastern face. The trail is designated as strenuous with steep grades and many steady climbs. (See Acadia Hiking Trails) The trail entrance is between the Entrance Fee Station on the Park Loop Road and Sand Beach, on the eastern shore of Mount Desert Island.
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