The Gorham Mountain trail takes hikers to the summit of Gorham Mountain, 525 feet above sea level. From this height, you'll be able to see much of the coastline and rolling hills below. What makes this hike special is the relative ease of the trail. Most hikers who would consider themselves in decent shape should have no problems.There are a few steep or rocky areas, but most of the trail leads you through forests and up gentle inclines. What makes this trail particularly attractive is the fact that it isn't one of the more popular hikes. You'll still want to arrive early, but you should have less competition for parking and space on the trail. This trail is great for kids, too!The bubble rock trail is named after a spherical boulder teetering on the edge of a mountainside. Despite its appearance, it is fairly sturdy. The view from the top of the hike is one of the best in the park and is worth the steep ascent.The trail is only half a mile long, and gains nearly 500 feet in elevation, so be prepared to sweat! Also, make sure to wear proper footwear and clothing to make the trek as comfortable as possible. For those who make it to the top, beautiful views of Jordan Pond.This trail is not for the faint of heart. As its name suggests, it's steep and dangerous ascent-up boulders and rock faces. In fact, it's maintained as a non-technical climbing route and not as a hiking trail. That being said, you don't need to be a climber to take this trail.With proper clothing, footwear, and an abundance of caution, you can have an exciting - and safe - time on this trail. Make sure you're in good enough shape to tackle this trail. Children and pets aren't a good idea to bring with you if attempting this hike. Follow the rule of three points of contact at all times to make sure you stay safe. For those who do take on this trail, amazing views await!