Bigelow to Babbling Brook Trail

0.4 Miles
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Trail added on:
July 11, 2017
Updated on:
June 06, 2018


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This trail is a 0.4 mile out-and-back trail that leads from the Bigelow Trail over to the Babbling Brook Trail in Highland Park. To reach the trailhead either head down the Bigelow Trail, or head to the back of Sycamore Grove.

In the summer time, you can find blackberries and raspberries along the trail about 200 yards into the hike. You'll eventually cross the Babbling Brook Trail and then this trail will eventually end in Sycamore Grove. The waterfall listed here is shared with the Babbling Brook Trail - a few falls just a couple of feet high each.

This trail appears to be unnamed and unblazed, but it's a hidden gem in Highland Park.

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0.4 miles
Trail added
July 11, 2017
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June 06, 2018
0.4 miles
July 11, 2017

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