South Bubble Trail peak

This is on the South Bubble Trail.  We are just south of the peak looking over Jordan Pond in Acadia National Park.  From there you can also look over the Atlantic Ocean.  Trail is only .5 miles and climbs about 600 feet to the peek of 750 feet or so.

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Uploaded: 22/06/2014
Updated: 23/06/2014


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