This trail marker sequence you need to follow is: red, white, yellow, blue, white, yellow. Don't miss the blue turnoff! If you want a longer version, skip the blue turnoff and stay on yellow, veering left onto white at the intersection of yellow and white. This takes you over to Bald HIll and Lambs Hill. The white eventually meets back up where you would connect from blue to white if you were to stay on the original loop. The longer option gives you around 12 miles.
Awesome trail kinda tough in January with all the ice and snow, your working your body double and takes much longer to do especially going up to the fire tower need to take some precautions, poles and boot cleats are almost a must in these conditions but once you get up to the summit what awesome views..
took 4.5 hours at a moderate/fast pace. Great hike with amazing views, especially from the tower. some of the views on the far end of the yellow are excellent.Trails were well marked. the only time I had trouble was when you are descending on the yellow trail. you come across a blue trail that goes up and an unmarked washout looking trail. take the washout trail and within minutes you should see the brook and you will get onto the white trail. definatly dress in layers as well. the wind is crazy at the top of the towers.