was a very good time
Had a great view of the pond at sunset.
North is much more memorable than South, but the scramble up South is fun.
I hiked this with my wife and 2 daughters. Short and fun. Really pretty views and a cool balanced rock along the way.
The easiest hike I completed while at Acadia National Park, it was a nice, short hike that's perfect when coupled with a few more excursions~\!
Hiked many times. How nice to see some small-but-lovely peaks on SP
Easy but rewarding hike. I headed up at 6:00 a.m. to avoid crowds and didn't see a single person on the entire loop I did over both peaks.
Great day hike, awesome views of Jordan Pond.
Hiked South Bubble from the park road, nice views of Jordan Pond for such a short hike, I love Acadia!
Hiked both North & South Bubbles at the end of a wonderful day of hiking> hiked out after dark>
Almost pushed over Bubble Rock. I'm pretty sure I almost had it.
The fall colors were spectacular.
Hiked up from Jordan Pond with Jen and my dad. My dad chickened out a hundred meters or so from the summit, but Jen and I made it with no problems. Intended to go over to North Bubble and eventually Cadillac's West Face, but had to skip the North Bubble so Jen could make it down the south side safely. Erratic rock was neat commented on how many people likely pose for pics trying to push it over/hold it back...
Some nice easy multi pitch climbing to be had nearby.
With the family via Jordan Pond loop hike. Neat views of Jordan Pond and surrounding area. Obligatory "push-Bubble-Rock" photo.
Not sure what the eastern trail is called, but it's steep and there are a few places that you have to use your hands and knees.
Ralph the Goat made me do it! Just past the pond lies the East Face of the Bubble with old planks, hand rails, and other sea cliff reminents for adventurous souls to scale 4th class rocks in style. I love the antiques on the national park climbs! It just feels right!
My friend Seth and I wanted to climb another route in the park, but it was closed for the birds. So as we were driving by, we saw the bubbles and said to each other, they look cool!
and they were
dont know what route, it was an old closed down route with some cables in bad shape.
Couldn't push the rock over
I've hiked up to these twin summits on two occasions. First time more than twenty years ago after my wife and I were first married. Second time was with my nephew Chuck four years ago. Great little hike with some stunning views from the cliffs. Well worth the time.