Sourland Mountain Ridge Loop with Roaring Brook Trail Extension is a 6.7 mile loop trail located near Hillsborough, New Jersey that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Gentle climb to top of Sourland Mountain. Beautiful views of woodlands and two large boulder fields. 6.1-mile loop of Ridge Trail and Roaring Brook Trail. Follow white square blazes until you reach Roaring Brook Trail (red circle blazes). Roaring Brook Trail is 2.1 miles before it rejoins the Ridge Trail and returns to the trailhead at the parking lot.
A nice hike, was sometimes very steep and rocky but that made it fun and interesting. Hiked for about 2 and a half hours.
Great trail lots of boulders to climb about a mile of the trail is very muddy recommend dry weather to hike overall good hike
Lovely winter trail. Well marked, nicely graded and maintained. Love the various paths. Am looking forward to a return visit!
Nice well Marked trails steep uphill gets your heart pumping. Lots of rocks in the path one must keep their eye on. Was there on a Saturday good weather the parking lot was so full people were parked on the grass lots of people and pets
Trailhead parking fills up quickly on the weekends. PortaJohn at start of trail. Trails are very rocky and this inflamed my plantar fasciitis. Lots of people on the trail. Many different options/trails to choose from.
Several trail options make this area interesting and versatile.
I loved it because it felt like a challenge with the rocks and small crevices.
Afternoon Saturday hike in August. Thank goodness for shade. Did part of Ridge Trail and took connecting trail at location #4 back to trail head. Mostly rocky and uphill first half. Some bouldering And scrambling. Nice hike and will return for full 5 mile hike. Hike was mostly covered on this trail.