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Hall's Ledge Trail

Easy/Intermediate

Trail

3.2 mile 5.1 kilometer point to point
70% Runnable
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 735' 224 m
Descent: -1,432' -436 m
High: 2,625' 800 m
Low: 1,197' 365 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 13% (7°)
Max Grade: 45% (24°)

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Trail shared by David Smith

A short climb that passes some excellent views and cellarholes.

David Smith

Features Birding · Views · Wildlife

Description

This trail follows yellow blazes, ribbons, can lids (there isn't much consistency in the blazing). It starts just south of Ellis River over the guard rail. The trail skirts around a housing area and climbs moderately over rocks. The trail climbs more steeply and hits a flat area with some overgrown woods roads. The trail climbs again and passes an overlook (on the left); here the trail corridor changes from a running width to a ski width. The overlook provides an excellent view of Mount Washington.

The trail passes an open field with a view (on the right) before arriving at a junction with the Wildcat Valley (XC) Trail and coincides with it right. Here, the trail follows an old road. It passes by Hub's Loop (on the left) and continues to descend. It passes by the Orchard Trail, Quail Trail, and Dana Place Trail. The trail ends at a gate, where there is a kiosk.

Flora & Fauna

Flora: Black Trumpets, Red Raspberries, Lobster Mushroom, Scaberstalks, Indian Cucumber, Beech, Red Spruce, Chanterelles, Jewelweed.

Fauna: Toads, Mosquitoes, Turkey, Hawk.

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