Figure 2. Acadia National Park has been shaped by Ice Age glaciers. These hills, called "The Bubbles," show rounded profiles caused by glacial sculpting of the bedrock. Jordan Pond occupies a glacially eroded valley that has been dammed by a moraine ridge (foreground) formed where sediments accumulated at the glacier margin. (Stops 2 and 3 on Ice Age Trail).
Last updated on July 24, 2007