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This easy, family & pet friendly, well maintained section of the trail is the 4th in a series of day hikes this winter as we are hiking the entire trail. It is very flat and rock free making it a perfect winter hike, especially if it ices up. We didn't have that problem on this mild day. It is a great trail to walk your dog or push a baby carriage on. Today we saw plenty of that and someone horseback riding.

Easy trail. Not much to see

Trail system is very well kept. There are a few single track trails that are offshoots of the main trail system shown on the map. Some trails go down to the Salmon River and the Salmon River Cove area. Great trails for all to enjoy.

Great trail for families with young ones. I suggest going counter clockwise to get the hard part done right away. It’s about 1.5 miles up to the view, which is worth it. Then you have 2.5 miles of smooth sailing, much of it along the river.

Muddy in parts. Great hike with a beach.

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schlammig
7 days ago

wandern
schlammig
7 days ago

The moderate rating on this hike should be adjusted to easy. The trails are clearly marked and well maintained. Black Spruce pond provided some good pictures.

wandern
schlammig
8 days ago

Wonderful experience! Really a tale of two trails, very easy section following a dirt road meandering the side of the river, and a moderate section leading to a gorgeous overlook. Highly recommended.

I didn’t even go on it cause it was so poorly marked lol if you go to the coordinates by using google maps it bring you to a giant skinny dirt road. If you go down the road there is a little gated off spot to the left that is the trail. I kept going down straight and probably walked on someone’s property

wandern
eisig
schlammig
18 days ago

wandern
schlammig
überflutet
19 days ago

Nice easy hike if it weren’t for all the water and mud.

Heavy rains and tides flood the start of the trail

on Larkin Bridle Path

wandern
steinig
24 days ago

wandern
schlammig
steinig
24 days ago

This is a great but short trail! Some very nice overlooks to hike too and some rocky areas that may challenge you depending on your hiking level. My dogs and I loved it for the day after Christmas. It would get 5 stars if it was longer.

wandern
26 days ago

Not clearly marked.

wandern
schnee
27 days ago

This review is for the section of trail from Lebanon to North Windham. This trail is the perfect trail for winter hiking. At times, the trail glistened like it was paved with diamonds. Krampons were needed to help keep us on our feet on these icy trails. The trail led into Willimantic and dumped us onto Main Street. It was a great place to grab a quick lunch before heading finding the trail again. The lack of signs made the going rough, but thanks to Alltrails GPS, we were able to pick our way through the streets and find where the trail resumed. The ever changing scenery made this stretch of the trail interesting.

Beautiful walk, but it should be noted that dogs are only allowed October thru March. Best used in the off season months as summer fills up with beach goers and parking is limited to town residents.

Fairly easy trail. good for when you wa t a quick outing that doesn't take all day or a lot of prep. Moderate traffic. Two good but similar viewpoints. Well maintained.

Lots of fun, very kid friendly and a few easy geocahches for novices!

wandern
1 month ago

Made a second attempt at this trail as it was overgrown before in the summer. This time it was recently maintained and made the hike a lot more pleasant. It's peaceful, scenic and paths clearly marked. Would recommend for a fall, afternoon hike.

This is a great walk and what I’m about to say should not in anyway take anything from how nice this walk is. There is no trail called the Yellow Circle Blazes Loop. According to the signs at the site the name of the trail is Steep Rock Loop which is marked by yellow circles / blazes. The trail marked with yellow circles / The Steep Rock Loop trail will take you over the foot suspension bridge, but it will not take you to the tunnel. If you want to see the tunnel you need to follow the old railroad tracks. Following the railroad tracks / getting to the tunnel is a little confusing. Following the trails marked with orange squares (Clamshell Loop) or blue squares (Pinney Loop) should get you close enough to see the tunnel. This is a wonderful walk, just be sure to follow the yellow circle trail markers if you want to walk the 4.1 miles. Another great walk is the Rivers Edge Loop marked by green circles / blazes. This trail will not take you over the suspension bridge or to the tunnel. It will take you by the suspension bridge. 2 notes 1st is that the All Trails app will be ‘off’ a bit, follow the green circles, don’t worry about where the app shows you where you are. 2nd is this walk has some very difficult stretches and may not be suited for everyone.

excellent hiking trail about a mile in before reaching the bluffs. The bluffs a beautiful stretch across the ocean nice Rocky shore. And about another mile out.perfect for a picnic up on the bluffs horseback riding bicycle riding hiking with the kids on all beautiful place

wandern
schlammig
steinig
sturmholz
2 months ago

Nice trail very steep in places.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
überwachsen
2 months ago

Extremely easy to get lost (see recorded trail). It happened twice and I go hiking all the time. Ended up having to climb over a broken fence on someone’s property to get back on the trail. Not gonna come back to this one.

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