If you’ve ever seen vacation advertisements for Maine, chances are they’ve included lobster, lighthouses and Acadia National Park. The park is on an island almost entirely conserved and given over to nature, where red rouge bluffs beat back the wild, grey Atlantic, and forest-clad mountains rise in a chain connected by quiet trails. Thunder Hole is a cleft between the cliffs filled in by the racing ocean, which sprouts a huge plume of water, soaking tourists ringing the rim. Acadia, and Thunder Hole, will leave you rooted, transfixed to the spot.
Thunder Hole, Bar Harbor, ME, USA, +1 207 288 3338