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Report Pollution. The trail passes directly under the bridge, but you can walk up around and take pictures from on top of it, too. Check out the photo at the very bottom of this page to get a look at the hiking trail passing under the right-hand side of the bridge.
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From this point continue following the trail upstream. You will intersect with carriage roads a couple more times before finally coming to carriage road intersection Directly across the carriage road is a set of stone steps. Walk up these and you come out right behind the Jordan Pond House very near the parking lot you started from. This is an easy hike with no steep sections at all, either going down to the ocean or back up to Jordan Pond House.
With the exception of Seal Harbor Beach I only saw one other person the entire hike — a woman riding a horse on the carriage road.
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This made for a quiet, peaceful walk with the ability to stop and enjoy whatever views I wanted. Welcome hikers, walkers, and snowshoers! This site is geared towards those that love to be outside. Whether you're looking for outdoor fitness and recreation or wishing to find peace and serenity through nature - we have suggestions for you. Our free hiking trail guide resource offers everything from short, easy, nature walks to challenging mountain climbs above timberline in the alpine zone.
The detailed trail reports with hike descriptions, trail maps, photos, and driving directions serve as a great planning tool. Many of the trail guides are based on hikes in the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire. We offer ideas for all seasons so take those boots or snowshoes out of the closet and go for a hike! Get revitalized and melt away stress; there's always a special peace or joy in being surrounded by nature whether you're all alone on a remote path or on a busy trail exchanging cheerful greetings with like-minded people.
Follow Park Loop Road south on the two-way travel section for 7. Turn right into the parking lot for the Jordan Pond House. Seaside Path starts near the end of the parking lot that is on the opposite side from the Jordan Pond House. Travel on Rt. Follow Park Loop Road south on the two-way travel section for 5. Winter: Because most of Park Loop Road is closed in the winter, use this alternate driving route to reach this hike in the winter.
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Follow Rt. From the sharp right-hand turn in downtown Bar Harbor, travel on Rt. Turn right onto Jordan Pond Road and follow it for 0. Turn left on Park Loop Road and proceed about 0. The parking lot that's plowed may not be the same one that's accessible in the summer. Look for the trail to start south-southeast from the Jordan Pond House; the winter parking area might be a bit north of the one used in the summer. For more information on entrance fees please refer to the Acadia National Park website. Acadia includes miles of ocean shoreline, many freshwater ponds, a couple lakes, waterfalls, bare ledgy mountaintops, and deciduous and softwood forests.
Acadia National Park offers a unique hiking experience in New England.
From the many bare summits, not only can you see other mountains, but also gorgeous vistas of the sea along with islands, promontories, coves, and boats. The hiking is rugged with many easy rock scrambles, yet the elevations are low, making the ledgy peaks accessible to most people. The incredible network of trails allows you to tailor hiking distances to your wishes — you can devise a route that will keep you going all day; or simply choose a short jaunt to give you great vistas without a lot of effort. White-nosed coati N. Western mountain coati N.
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