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Easy trail to ride and so beautiful

Took the ledges trail up which was challenging in some areas, and overbrook back, which was absolutely beautiful with all the mini waterfalls. About an hour or so each way. The view at the summit is supposedly breath taking, although I still found peace with the relentless fog. Absolutely would recommend this trail, it was a great time. God bless.

Nice trail but not marked out very good in some spots. We got off track a couple times but All Trails map helped tremendously! I would consider it easy not moderate , but that all depends on the person and their ability. I would hike it again though . Oh! And getting off track we saw 7 deer and a huge owl!

just beautiful

hiking
26 days ago

Nice walk in the woods.

pure tension relief. great riding for fun. leaf peeping will only enhance its beauty in next few weeks.

awesome trail, great scenery and well maintained

hiking
1 month ago

Nice hike, except the left “arm” of the marked hike is not even a trail. Had to bushwhack for about a mile before getting to a real trail. Was never “lost” but good thing I had the All Trails app (with compass feature) to get out. Would definitely come back but have to follow a better trail “out” after the 2nd set of “boulders”.

hiking
1 month ago

Excellent scenery in this short cool walk through the rocky outcrops and tall pine and hemlock trees. Just to clarify something a couple other reviewers wrote, this is in fact a loop. When you get to the end at the private property you walk down the shared driveway to Ice Glen Road. This takes you back to Route 7 and then back to the parking area on Park Street where you began.

Beautiful spot. Easier hiking back up than it looks.

mountain biking
2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

Great trail but a step above moderate.

3 months ago

Quite steep beginning with nice views on top. I would rate as moderate.

hiking
3 months ago

Few minutes down from parking lot to beautiful view of the falls. Takes longer getting to the parking lot from any main road but worth it. This isn't in Huntington though. It's in Middlefield. Trail path off to right side from parking lot goes down to the base of the falls. There are man made steps made of stone and wood, a bit different but nice and makes it easy. Very short path to the left goes to the top and there are some shallow pools that people use to wade in and cool off. Bring some drinks and a snack and spend a little time.

3 months ago

Perfect for a hot day!

hiking
4 months ago

We did this in January so it was full of snow and ice. We did it in regular boots but crampons would have made the hike much easier. The falls were completely frozen but made for a beautiful view

hiking
4 months ago

Great for easy family hike, lots of trails, lots of wildlife.

hiking
4 months ago

We took the time to wander over to Ice Glen while hiking up to Laura's Tower. It was quick, buggy, and somewhat anti-climactic, although we did think it was cool (pun intended!) to see ice in late May.

love this section of the AT

This is a short hike with lots of steep spots scattered throughout (nothing terrible). The trail markings are sad, but the rock features and view at the top are worth it.

hiking
5 months ago

One of the more impressive falls I’ve seen for sure! Top of the falls was super accessible and had a beautiful Mountain View. Hike to the bottom was mostly easy with stairs built into the steeper areas, but was not marked at all. The view of the full falls from below was more than worth the short trek!

Short trip to the top and a bit steep, but very manageable. Can take anywhere from 30 min-1 hr to reach the cobbles, depending on level of fitness and break time. Great view of Cheshire Lake and Mt Greylock. Great spot for sunset too, just bring a light for the trip back down!

hiking
6 months ago

This is a nice trails for birders, and has a section of Twisted trees that are very unique! when you get to the boulders it's a nice place to have a picnic lunch with a view.

hiking
6 months ago

A unique hike, Ice Glen is essentially a boulder field, lots of interesting topography.

Good hike. Not sure why its listed as hard? Ive done this hike probably 20 times (Im local). It is 7+ miles, but not too strenuous. Cheshire to Dalton is a bit harder, because you do much more climbing, including climbing to the cobbles in the beginning. There is also a shelter with a privy about half way.

I'm not sure why walks like this are called "trails". It's a short, beaten-down path to the falls which are kinda neat. My wife and I had to go upstream and seek some kind of adventure to make anything out of the trip. But if you just want to be in the woods for a bit and see the falls, then it's nice.

As far as pavement goes, this is pretty nice. Clean, never very crowded and plenty of distance for hours of sight-seeing exercise!

11 months ago

Very rocky and beautiful

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