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Great new paving job since last we rode here!

hiking
2 days ago

Quick and rewarding hike but the rock steps will kick those legs into gear!!. Lots of beautiful little babbling streams makes this a very peaceful hike. I loved it. Take some more caution going down because those rocks can get slippery. The parking lot will fill up fast though even on a weekday so getting there early is a good idea. Definitely take the time to go to Spruce Peak and south on the LT to get some great views of Mansfield.

5/22/2018

Wonderful trail.

First half is very steep - for me, the moderate rating was a little misleading with respect to the difficulty of the first half.

Still and all, when it levels out, the overall moderate rating is probably right.

Very peaceful - I was there from about 900am-1130am and didn’t see another human.

Highly recommend but don’t underestimate that climb on the first half.

Le sentier en lui même était très beau, et très bien indiqué. Cependant, la piste suit l'autoroute alors il y a le bruit une partie de la montée ce qui est un peu pénible étant donné qu'on sors pour être au grand air loin de la civilisation. Ensuite la vue n'est pas terrible car il y a l'autoroute (et le bruit qui va avec) et un village de ski énorme qui gâche vraiment le paysage d'un côté de la vue, l'autre côté est très beau. C'est une belle promenade si on habite à côté et qu'on le fait le dimanche mais pas pour visiter et venir juste pour cette randonnées

Sentier assez pénible au début, une route en pierre qui ne cesse pas de monter. De Plus le chemin à prendre était très flou, nous ne somme pas sur d'être aller au bon endroit ou si le sentier continuait. Nous avons croiser d'autres randonneurs aussi perdu que nous.

The trail itself is nice, well indicated, and the forest is beautiful. But the view was disappointing, with a ski village and the highway in the middle (that you could hear). If you just want to take a walk into the forest, and you’re around, it’s ok. But in my opinion it’s not worth coming just for it, or to take landscape picture.

No indication whatsoever... we met a couple of hikers who told us they missed the entrance of the trail (where it leaves the boring sand road). So we went right as soon as we could. We reached a viewpoint that was ok but maybe not worth the climb. We did not see what we were supposed to see, so I guess we didn’t take the right trail !

Great hike. Somewhat busy trail during the week, but worth it. Parking can be hard to find during busy times.

Peaceful, well maintained trails with abundant blazes and an incredible overlook!

Love it ! The view is amazing !

hiking
3 days ago

Really nice hike. Trail was mostly dry with a few muddy sections, though not difficult to pass. Pinnacle summit was stunning with lots of rocks to climb for multiple views.
Did not bring my dog but encountered many along the way, would definitely say the trail is easy for them. Loved meeting Baylor and Samson, the local dogs at the top.
Went along the skyline trail for a bit (not all the way to Mt. Hunger) but did not find it that nice. Overall not too demanding but still swore at myself during some steep sections.

Beautiful trail!! Love the scenery.

great short hike. definetely not easy. the trail quality was great with good views along the way and from the fire tower.

Great elevated view for a quick park and hike. Made it up and down in 45 min - a hour total. Gets steep and stair like in parts

Fun hike, was looking forward to a nice view from the top but turns out you really cant see a thing unless we missed something? Good workout nonetheless.

Great hike yesterday. A lot of trillium!!

Super beau sentier avec vues magnifique! Sa vaut vraiment la peine de se rendre jusqu au point de vue ouest de la montagne!

This hike was beautiful it’s 6 miles there and back and for a good amount of time you are walking along a river. The last mile before the waterfall is an incline but it’s pretty easy. The water fall was awesome!

hiking
6 days ago

We were dropped off grout pond road and hiked our way back to Mont Snow. It was almost 12 miles and grout pond was the first part of the hike. Amazing day!!! Lots of unbelievable views! We saw tons of moose tracks and moose poop but no moose. I am sure there are many sightings on this trail. The catamount trail is what we took all the way down to the dam and then we hiked a snowmobile trail back to mont snow. My biggest knock on the AllTrails app is it kills your phone battery.

hiking
6 days ago

Nice short hike around the pond. Good for dogs. Had forests, fields, lake views, swampy areas, and a couple steep areas. Lots of mosquitoes. Was a little upset to see a woman with three unleashed dogs on the trail, since I was there with my puppy. Leash your dogs for everyone's safety.

Trail is a moderate hike, definitely want waterproof shoes as trails are quite muddy near the start and top of the trail. Excellent place to take dogs! Recommend parking before reaching the creek/bridge. Low cars will bottom out trying to go over. Trails are marked, however just pay attention sometimes they are hard to seek. The summit doesn’t have much to any view however the lookout it is quite beautiful!

Hiked on May 19th

I enjoy this trail as an afternoon challenge. While it’s not very kid-friendly, I have taken my young children up it to the peak. Not for the faint hearted or out of shape.

I don’t know how this is rated hard. It’s not difficult and young children can manage it. It’s one of our favorite family hikes. The vistas aren’t spectacular, but hey, it’s the Appalachians not the Rockies.

walking
7 days ago

The walk in is beautiful & we enjoyed the well-kept, wide trail (including some very interesting rock features). I do not agree with the last post about the trails being well marked, though. There's one map at the trailhead but no markers throughout the walk (and there are some other side trails off the main trail, which aren't included in that trailhead map).

the falls a definite reward at the end. steady climb but not too difficult.

while camping in the park took the West brook trail which kept my attention until the trail to the falls. certainly worth the trek. I was the only person there for about 45 minutes. was beautiful.

Great hike very pretty view but with many gnats. Amazing time.

hiking
8 days ago

Just got back from this hike - this is sort of an updated post to my previous post. I finally completed the entire trail this time! This is still one heck of a but kicker of a trail! If your like me, You will be questioning your life choices. Mostly you will question the choice to hike this trail instead of any of the easier trails on the mountain. My dog and I started at 5:45 and we got back just before 8:30 - we ran some of the way down the mountain. Amazing views at the top though - especially at Brownsville rock - which in all my times hiking this mountain had never been to for some reason. We were there just about sunset - it was amazing!

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