Tumbledown Mountain in the western mountains region of Maine has three peaks, 700-foot cliffs and a pond near the summit. The Tumbledown and Little Jackson Mountain trail network has six trails, two trailheads and offers advanced hiking adventures. Trails lengths vary from 0.7 to 3.6 miles with varying degrees of difficulty, but let’s focus instead on that pond, otherwise known as a mountain tarn. Your dip will be an invigorating one because it’s not exactly a hot spring up there, but you’ll love it just the same because it’s a truly gorgeous spot.
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