Lithia Spring Reservoir Trail

3.0 Miles
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Trail added on:
July 13, 2017
Updated on:
November 27, 2017


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The Lithia Spring Reservoir Trail is a 3 mile loop hike that leads from Lithia Springs Rd in South Hadley, MA to Lithia Springs at the base of the Holyoke Range.

The trail can be buggy in the late Spring, Summer, and early Fall, so prepare.

Fishing is allowed with a license and plenty of other Holyoke Range, Skinner State Park, and Mount Holyoke State Park trails can be found connecting to this one for further hiking trips into the range.

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379 '

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3.0 miles
Trail added
July 13, 2017
Updated on
November 27, 2017
3.0 miles
June 29, 2018
2.5 miles
July 05, 2015
Hit up Lithia Springs in July 2015, but hiked out and back on the main trail, not the loop for 2.5 miles.
2.5 miles
July 05, 2015

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