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23 hours ago

We did this trail in July of 2016! Gorgeous day. Nice new trail; but I can't wait until it's broken in a little. The loose gravel was kind of scary coming down.

1 day ago

Awesome trail! Would rank it as moderate to hard

was very difficult to find, the trail sign should be up by the road. not set back..
but it was beautiful. my dogs had a blast

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1 day ago

Great easy hike. Perfect with our 10 month old in a stroller. I'd recommend a jogging stroller with larger tires though.

Tough trail in places, I would do it again.

Loved this hike.
The last few hundred feet to the summit of North Peak are steep and exposed with great views.
Descended via Twin Brook Trail and climbed Stone Mtn (pleasant, but not as dramatic as North Peak) the rest of Twin Brook Trail kind of sucks. Logging has cross crossed the trail and made it hard to follow, and at times it's kind of ugly. Too bad. Every other part of this hike was awesome.
No mosquitos...yay!!

Beautiful place. Great trails for the kiddos!

It was a great hike! The hike to the mountain was great along the pond, and the rock glacier! Gorgeous weather . It was all around a great day. Just wish I could have seen more for views at the top!

I would definitely define this as a moderate hike. Not too steep, too high, or too long. If you are new to hiking, it seems like this would be a good starter trail to use to gauge your physical abilities before hitting some of the more strenuous trails. I cannot comment on the views from the mountain, as it was foggy and we were walking against a whitewashed backdrop, but the portion along the Ocean Path was lovely. [Hiking experience - I am brand new to hiking - this was my first trip outside of nature walks of the midwest.]