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Great trail with a nice leisure walk to South Bubble mountain. Fun scramble with great views as you continue to reach the summit. don't forget to go towards to right near the top to see the big boulder by the cliff!

Short ans fun hike with easy parking. It's not nearly as scary as people made it sound, the paths are plenty wide so there's really nothing to worry about.

Beautiful trail with great views at the top

Fun quick hike up. Really enjoyed the view enroute to the top. Remember the trail is a loop so you don’t have to descend from the cliff side.

Plenty of parking. Only 2.4 miles, but a very good work out View from summit was blocked by trees, but the view from slightly below summit was spectacular.

hiking
18 hours ago

great history walk.

nice hike for family with little kids. nice view of river.

hiking
23 hours ago

A good intermediate hike. The trail blazes/cairns are a little sparse at the top of the mountain but otherwise it’s well marked. We took our time, as our 4.9 year old was attempting to hike it all on her own, but we made it there and back in about 3.5 hours. Beautiful views from the ridge to the summit.

Great hike for my wife to conquer her fear of heights. Great view from top.

Loved this short hike to the falls. Great for a little cool swim after hiking some of the more difficult trails in the area

camping
1 day ago

Great trail. One of my favorites. There are now five campsites because of increased demand. The two new sites are a mile and a mile and a half prior to the original three via the coastal trail. We camped at the new site at Long Cove.

Great trails for kids and dogs. We enjoy walking the trail loop through the forest, then going down the road to the beach to relax. The beach (pond side) also has bathroom facilities, a play ground, picnic area and swimming. Dog families should note that dogs are not permitted on the beach. Best time of year to hike, if you prefer to be alone in the woods, is during the Spring and Fall months.

my children and I loved this walk! the wiggly bridge was fun for them to run across, and I'd you go at low tide you can search for treasures off the jetty!

The 360 degree view at the top is nothing short of AMAZING! Starts out with some steeps, and there is a little scrambling at the top, but all in all well worth the time spent. Recommend this hike.

hiking
1 day ago

Enjoy scenic views. From Jordan pond house, the left half of the lake features wooden walkways followed by a rocky trail. The right side of the lake is a natural sandy trail.

on The Bowl Trail

hiking
1 day ago

Make sure you take the bowl trail all the way up to the beehive. It’s not as scary as the beehive trail but its still a challenge.

it is more of a walk and is close to home .Deering pond is nice at sunset.

Very easy walk but a nice one. Great park, great view, only moderately buggy on July 9.

nice for a walk with the kids and dogs. watch out for ticks.

Great hike

I did this in the 50's the end of Feb, no snow on the ground. then March hit. the bal. rock is cool.

NO DOGS. The app is possibly outdated, July 2018 there is a sign for no dogs. I have been coming up here and walking this trail for many years, and it is a nice trail taking you down to the water. Years ago we were able to see sunning seals. Nowadays you would need binoculars to see them if they’re out. This trip I was disappointed to arrive with my new dog, just to turn around and get back in the car.

Hiked this route today with my dog. big Boulder scramble in the gorge! I only helped him twice. Athletic dogs should be able to do this without issue. Counter clockwise around the loop was the best choice for me. incredible views of Cadillac cliffs from the A Murray Trail.

We had a beautiful hike on this trail today. Following the advice of other reviewers, we hiked St S first and then Acadia. Shortly after you climb to the summit of St. S you are rewarded with amazing views of Sommes Sound. There is a good bit of boulder climbing on the way up to Acadia Mountain. We spent over 3 hours on the trail enjoying the views. By noon, there were a lot of people on the Acadia Mountain trail. If you want to a peaceful hike, go early in the morning!

no firearms allowed!

hiking
2 days ago

Not maintained paths off trails not marked past waterfall a joke

Amazing hike. Did the ledge trail around to the tower. Total of 5 miles. Great family fun hike.

We loved this trail. The view at the top was amazing!

Amazing trail through the woods. Great destination to the ocean. Only negative is that they no longer allow dogs.

walking
2 days ago

Leisurely walk, great for families, saw parents with strollers. The boardwalk and path is level and there are numerous benches and lookout points over the marshes. Saw some birds, deer, bugs, all kinds of wildlife! A great 30-45 min outing if you are in Wells or Ogunquit. Brought our dog and she saw tons of chipmunks!

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