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22 hours ago

Easy to follow on a well-traveled trail over 8 inches of snow. Very dog-friendly according to a local snowshoer that I ran into along the trail. More trails are being developed for the coming year and will link up with another trail system.

Easy to follow and well marked with yellow arrow tags. No problem following the trail in the virgin snow. There is another loop off this loop called Cascade Loop which will need exploring later as this is the trail that has the waterfall.

Still plenty of snow on the trail packed enough to only need microspikes. 28 degrees with a 30 knot wind.

Loved it! my dog joined me on the hike today. Took Blueberry Trail up and Tower Trail down. Didn't even need snowshoes things were packed down nicely. Can't wait to check it out in the spring and summer.

great local trail, and super training for the bigger peaks. did it today on snowshoes which is different for me and found it to be quite a workout for legs that haven't hiked in four months. went all the way to the main peak. want to thank the girl I spoke with in the parking lot that broke that trail.

hiking
8 days ago

This trail puts you right up on the coast with numerous overlooks. A bit sketchy in March with the snow and ice but great views all the way.

on Beech Hill Preserve

9 days ago

snowshoeing
9 days ago