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Ludlow Lookout Tower Trail

0.9 Miles
Easy
3
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Trail added on:
December 04, 2017
Updated on:
December 04, 2017

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The Ludlow Lookout Tower Trail is located on top of a small mountain in Ludlow, Massachusetts near the Belchertown border. The access road is tucked in between houses on Tower Rd. The property is part of Ludlow State Forest and is very open with lots of older trees and the dirt road is flat and wide. Unfortunately the lookout is fenced in but the area is still a nice hike. There are other trails around that seem used enough as well.


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Surface Type

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42.177621, -72.433698

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164 '

Total Change
200 '

Ascent
200 '

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0.9 miles
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December 04, 2017
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