Penobscot Mountain – Acadia National Park

Penobscot Mountain – Acadia National Park

Penobscot Mountain is a great winter hike in Acadia National Park

Penobscot Mountain is one of our favortie hikes in Acadia National Park. It is a great hike in the winter. In fact, it’s a great hike in all seasons. We like to partner Penobscot Mountain with Sargent Mountain for a longer hike! 

How to get to Penobscot Mountain

You’ll need to park at the Jordan Pond House or the Jordan Pond Parking area to access the Penobscot Mountain trailhead. During the winter, you’ll need to get to Jordan Pond Road in Southwest Harbor to access the Jordan Pond House parking area! 

Trail Stats for Penobscot Mountain

Distance: Approx. 2.9 miles

Elevation: Approx. 974 feet

Kids: Experienced, during winter

Dogs: It’s icy and cold! 

Penobscot Mountain Acadia National Park
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Happy Trails, ,

DD

@danielledorrie

Penobscot Mountain Summit Acadia Winter Maine

DD

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