Jordan Pond is a glacier formed tarn. The waters are crystal clear and serve as a water supply for the nearby town of Seal Harbor. A 3.6 mile hike around the shoreline gives you flat trails, bridges, rocky climbs and a man-made bog walk to protect the most fragile areas. The constant change in terrain coupled with the views kept us all entertained and inspired. Our hike ended with popovers at Jordan Pond House, the only full service restaurant in Acadia National Park. The tradition of popovers and tea dates back to the 1890s.