The Jordan Pond Loop is an easy 3.4 -mile hike that follows the path around Jordan Pond. I recommend going around the trail counter clockwise (right at the boat ramp) because you get much better views of the bubbles as you walk around the pond. Starting from this side, the trail is also better groomed so you are getting the walking portion out of the way and you get into the more exciting portion of the hike when you start heading back around the lake. On the north end of Jordan Pond, the path crosses several
unique wooden bridges that go over two major streams that flow into the pond.
As the trail loops back around the western side of Jordan Pond, things get more interesting. You get to hike around a few big boulders the gravel path turns into an elevated log boardwalk that takes you over about 1 mile of wetlands near the shore. In 2019 there is a detour around some of the boardwalk as they replace/reconstruct it.