I climb the Acadian Trail in the park at least once a week and sometimes more. It is about five miles total. I walk it "backwards" meaning I walk in the valley first, counter-clockwise. It seems less steep that way and saves the prize of ocean breezes for the last part of the hike. I have seen moose, bear, eagles, frogs, baby bunnies and quail families on the trail. You can do it in around two hours as a fanatic trot, but I tend to take my time, especially on top. The blueberries on top come in around late July and they are delicious. The views from the overlooks of Cheticamp are iconic and memorable. Moose scat everywhere on the river side of the trail, but the only moose I have ever seen were on or near the top. They must visit the river late at night. I love that trail.