North Bubble

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North Bubble is one of the two Bubble Mountains located at the northern end of Jordan Pond in Acadia National Par. North Bubble has an elevation of 872 feet which makes it about 100 feet taller than South Bubble. From the summit of North Bubble, visitors can take in stunning views of Jordon Pond and surrounding ridges. On clear days, visitors can see the Atlantic Ocean in the distance!

Reaching the summit is rather easy when taking the 0.9 mile North Bubble Trail. This out and back trail is rated as moderate because it can be a steep climb at some sections, but it can be completed by most children. Visitors can also take the South Bubble Mountain and Jordan Pond Loop Trail which is a 1.4-mile loop that includes North AND South Bubble.

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  • Type: Summit
  • Elevation: 872 ft
  • Prominence: 420 ft
  • Parent mountain: North Bubble

Hiking Info

  • Easiest trail: North Bubble Trail
  • Trail distance: 0.9 mile (out and back)
  • Trail difficulty: Moderate
  • Trail popularity: Low
  • Elevation gain: 374 ft
  • Estimated hike time: 1 hour


  • Address: Park Loop Rd
  • Town: Mt Desert
  • State: Maine
  • GPS: Lat 44.34420 Lng -68.25667
  • Parking notes: There are about 25 parking spots at the trailhead. The lot can be found along Park Loop Rd.
  • Parking directions: HERE
  • Location directions: HERE

1 review for North Bubble

  1. KM

    📍North bubble, Acadia National Park
    Nothing can beat the feeling when you reached the top of a mountain after a hike.

    Image #1 from KM
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