The Facing Hills are located in Facing Rock Wildlife Management Area in Granby, Massachusetts and is an easy 1.1 mile out-and-back hike to the summit of the Facing Hills.
The trailhead is located on Carver St in Granby, MA. From the trailhead, head southeast from roughly 0.2 miles where it merges to a much wider and more worn-down trail. From here, turn left and follow the trail to a small brook on your right. After crossing the brook, the trail heads up a short slope until it suddenly ends mid-way up a small ridge. The trail turns into a game trail that is not hard to navigate and is a straight shot up the hill to the summit of Facing Hills.
Once at the summit a new trail appears to wrap around the summit (not shown in this GPS recording data).
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