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Not that hard, but the scenery and views were breathtaking.

I started out early in the morning. It was a long gentle climb. I was alone at the summit, amazing views, the clouds were below me! Total serenity and peace! I could see all the way to the Catskills! I recommend this hike

Super pretty in late November. Perfect for a 6 year old and non-hiking 13 year old. Great mix of forest meadow and streams.

Jogging - it's a beautiful trail to run on . Varied terrain and a great mix of woods and open meadows!

This was a moderate pretty hike with a great view.

At the very end of this trail are fabulous views of the Hudson valley, Catskills to the west, Mt.Everett to the east, and the Taconic range to the south.

Awesome fun and had a blast, but was a bit sketchy because it had just rained. I Biked/walked my bike up 11/12 of the way up then hucked it back down!

This was a nice fall hike. I only hiked Round Mountain, Mount Frissell, the South Slope High Point, and to the tri-State marker. The trail wasn’t bad at all and I met some high pointers on the trail. I really enjoyed this hike.

Excellent Views! Nice gentle, sloping trail! Amazing Ridge!

Challenging in the sense that it feels like you're climbing on a stair master the entire time. No rock scrambling and not very difficult, just a steep walk up. Views were breathtaking at the summit. Acorns and loose rocks going down can make it a bit slippery so a bit of caution there is recommended - but overall a easy hike

really nice view and pretty easy trail

Good elevation for 10 year old to make to the top, good view.

Nice moderate ascent to summit. Outstanding views multiple vantage points to walk around to. Definite recommend.

A good hike with moderate terrain. Great views from the summit. To bad no trail assoc to maintain the cabin.

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9 months ago

Very beautiful trail. Well maintained except in literally 1 part about 70 feet worth of trail out of the 3.3 miles that we hiked. Impressive. Gorgeous scenery throughout. We hit many little bridges, stream crossings, mountain views, meadows, deep woods, rocks, clear trail, uphill, downhill, flat plain. All around fabulous! Took us around an hour to do the 3.3, no stopping.

Good hike, especially if you're into borders and tri-points like me. However, I'd skip the last two thirds (counterclockwise) of the mapped hike and instead do an out-and-back with Brace Mountain. (Those last two thirds are just an easy downhill slog through the woods.)

Planned a West side Alander Mountain trail. For a day after heavy rain, the trail was fine, expectedly, reasonably wet/dry. Bridges, wet fords, trails sharing stream beds. Shortest route to summit, but climbs & mixed up & down on return. If an in & out, one may partly hike S. Taconic for it's view from the summit, it is marked. Otherwise all day it, or overnight. Used trailhead from Mt. Washington State Forest HQ.

Great hike and difficult in numerous places.

I would definitely rank this as intermediate, as there were only a few short sections with a steep incline. The trail was really beautiful, a few waterfalls and tons of streams. A few streams interrupted the path when i went yesterday but nothing too difficult to hike around. I would absolutely recommend this hike.

hiking
Thursday, December 29, 2016

Very icy but fun!!

good hiking, nice view

hiking
Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Very nice views of the northwest corner of CT.

Trail was very easy to follow. Difficulty didn't start til about 1mi from the summit- views were absolutely breathtaking

Started this hike at Under Mountain Trailhead on Route 41. Took Undermountain trail to the Appalachian Trail and hike to summit of Bear Mt. From there hiked to Round Mt and then over to Mt. Frissel. The weather was amazing and views were spectacular, especially with the foliage. 9.6 miles total.

Amazing views and foliage.

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