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Photo of the Week: The Tarn with Dorr Mountain (1270 feet above sea level) on the right
By Milt Gross
Jan 13, 2013 - 12:02:57 AM

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The Tarn, a small pond ("Tarn" means "mountain pond"), empties into a small stream that goes through the Wild Gardens of Acadia. To the right is Dorr Mountain, 1270 feet above sea level and named for a pioneer trail builder before the area became Acadia National Park. Milt Gross Photo

The Tarn, a small pond ("Tarn" means "mountain pond"), empties into a small stream that goes through the Wild Gardens of Acadia. To the right is Dorr Mountain, 1270 feet above sea level and named for a pioneer trail builder before the area became Acadia National Park. To the left is Huguenot Head up which an easy half-mile trail winds, providing one of the most scenic and most accessible views in the park. The Tarn is easily reached from Route 3 or the Island Explorer propane-powered buses, which offer free transportation throughout Acadia National Park and Mount Desert Island from June through early October. Milt Gross photo.

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