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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

7/20/10 Eagle Lake - Conners Nubble - N. Bubble


This was a loop with lots of variety. We started from Bubble Pond parking and walked a short distance on the carriage road to get to the Eagle Lake Trail. Kelley likes this one because much of the time you are close to the water. Parts of it consist of huge boulders that are usually a problem for Kelley but today she solved them all herself, once even entering the water to swim around a spot she didn't want to climb over.

Conners Nubble from Eagle Lake





The N. Bubble Trail starts from the Eagle Lake Trail and rises to Conners Nubble with good views, including the lake.



The trail then drops down, crosses a carriage road, and begins the climb to N. Bubble.




Jordan Pond from N. Bubble

Another view from N. Bubble

We continued down to the Jordan Pond Carry Trail and took that back to Eagle Lake. We met some nice people and two nice dogs-a Fox Terrier and a Yellow Lab- which Kelley liked. Near the end of the hike there was a group of about a dozen teen age volunteers working with two park personnel and they all were very attentive to Kelley which made her really happy. A good hike 3-3/4 hours

2 comments:

  1. Those are some rugged, boulder-strewn trails looks like...and at least one sheer rock-face. Watch your step guys.

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  2. Thanks, we do watch our step and there is not a trail over that rock face-just the view.

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