The Best Hiking in Acadia National Park

Looking for the best hiking in Acadia National Park? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Acadia National Park. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

  • Hike the Bubbles Divide Trail to Bubble Rock in Acadia NP

    4.7
    1.16 mi / 300 ft gain
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  • South Bubble Mountain and Jordan Pond Loop

    1.37 mi / 548 ft gain
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  • The Bubbles and North Bubble

    1.57 mi / 571 ft gain
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  • Pemetic Mountain via Pemetic Northwest Trail

    1.17 mi / 764 ft gain
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  • Jordan Pond Carry to Eagle Lake and Bubbles Trails Loop

    3.38 mi / 623 ft gain
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  • Bubble Divide and Sargent East Cliffs Trail Loop

    3.91 mi / 1542 ft gain
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  • North Bubble Trail

    0.96 mi / 344 ft gain
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  • Bubbles Trail to Conners Nubble and Eagle Lake

    4.4 mi / 1243 ft gain
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  • Sargent East Cliffs Trail

    3.14 mi / 1529 ft gain
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  • Parkman to Sargent to Maple Springs via Carriage Road

    4.59 mi / 1253 ft gain
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  • Hike Parkman Mountain

    4.0
    3.06 mi / 748 ft gain
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  • Hike Acadia's 6 Peak Circuit

    6.26 mi / 1373 ft gain
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  • Bald Peak Trail

    2.27 mi / 646 ft gain
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  • Maple Spring Trail

    3.19 mi / 935 ft gain
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  • Norumbega Mountain and Hadlock Ponds Loop Trail

    3.22 mi / 679 ft gain
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  • Penobscot Mountain and Bubbles Loop

    5.46 mi / 1440 ft gain
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