In the distance the tip of Schoodic Point was bathed in the morning light.
The beauty, diversity, and geologic history of Acadia reveals itself as you explore the trails, shoreline, coves, rocky summits, forests, and lakes. It offers dramatic rocky shores and quiet, woodland paths, places to observe, think, and reflect. The summit of Cadillac Mountain was only the start of our own exploration. Every direction offered awe-inspiring vistas.
Here we look northeast to Bar Harbor, Bar Island and the four porcupine islands in Frenchman Bay.
A view south to the great expanse of the Atlantic Ocean.
North and South Bubble and the clear waters of Jordan Pond
Penobscot Mountain above the western shore.
Northern white cedar grows along the shore.