Several Great Perspectives
This is a very rugged and recognizable geological feature within Acadia National Park. Besides the obvious and classic image we see as we approach it from the North on the Park Loop Road, there are many other different perspectives. One is from a lower angle as shown in the images with the large round boulders in the foreground. This can be challenging since to get there, one must go down a short but steep descent from the Ocean Path. The rocks below can also be extremely slippery and dangerous. You can also simply go out on a short headland before the boulders and try that perspective. Another prime location is on the cliff itself. You can access this from the Ocean Path in a few places. Look for some side trails leading out to it. Be extremely careful here especially when near the edge. Small pieces of pebbles and dirt can act like marbles.