This conservation area in Rockport, Maine, takes its name from 533-foot-tall Beech Hill. This promontory offers wide views of the Camden Hills and Penobscot Bay. The road to the top, which was built from 1913 to 1915, ends at a sod-roofed building designed in the “Norwegian Mountain Hut” tradition (Norske Hutte) by Norwegian immigrant Hans Heisted. The road reveals ever more stunning views of the surrounding landscape and the Atlantic Ocean as you hike to the summit. Along the way you will pass through organic blueberry fields that are managed by the Coastal Mountains Land Trust.
Together, Natural Habitat Adventures and World Wildlife Fund have teamed up to arrange nearly a hundred nature travel experiences around the planet, while helping to protect the magnificent places we visit and their wild inhabitants.
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