Golf Titan Phil Mickelson Spotted Hiking In Maine
"Lefty" has been in Vacationland this week, taking in epic views at Acadia National Park.
Northern New England is in full showcase mode lately. From late July through early August, visitors from all over the world descend on Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont for the scenery and atmosphere. If you're a celebrity selfie stalker, make sure your phone is charged, and your lens is clean as famous people are everywhere.
Most recently, world champion golfer Phil Mickelson took in a hike at Acadia National Park. The 44 time PGA winner wasn't messing around. He took on the Precipice Trail Tuesday morning. Look at the time stamp from his Twitter account. Lefty was after it with elevation shortly after 6:30am!
The Precipice Trail is no joke either. Per Joe's Guide to Acadia Park, hikers are warned the trail "is not suitable for small children or anybody who has a fear of heights or who isn't steady on their feet."
Noting the "beauty and challenge of this amazing trail," Phil's having a great time in Maine.