Hike Reviews

December 05, 2014
Ditto - did hike on 12/4/14
<p>Top of ridge was overgrown with barberry making it a challengeing (and unpleasant walk).&nbsp;&nbsp; Also, many large trees are down (from Sandy or Irene?) requiring scrambling and detouring.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Turn at Mile 2.7 has no white blazes.&nbsp; I hiked downhil 0.1 mile before I found the first blaze.&nbsp; Additionally, The Park's trail map doesn't show the other trails that come in here.&nbsp; If you continue straight past this intersection, you find yourself on a red-blaze trail (not on map).&nbsp;</p>
August 03, 2014
not a good idea at the present time
<p>On a soggy day, we climbed Cushetunk Mountain through overgrown, unmaintained trails with multiple blowdowns, thought we had found the T intersection mentioned in the directions but climbed down the white trail to the power cut to find no parking lot or markers, and had no choice but to road walk back to Pickell Park. &nbsp;The county's map seems to bear no relationship to what is out in the field.</p>
December 23, 2012
GPS coor
GPs coor I have been told are wrong. Some blow downs added by Sandy but the trail can be navigated.