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Mount Holyoke

2.0 Miles
Moderate
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Trail added on:
May 23, 2017
Updated on:
October 31, 2019

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This hike leads from Hockanum Rd, up Taylor's Notch Trail and merges onto the Metacomet-Monadnock Trail before reaching the summit of Mount Holyoke.

The hike is moderate and is 2 miles out-and-back. This is one of the tallest mountains in the valley, but is mostly a moderate hike with about 750 feet of elevation change.

Biking and dogs are allowed, but plan to bring plenty of water as there aren't many water sources while climbing this mountain, unless in the early spring.


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Surface Type

Dirt

Season

Spring

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42.309931, -72.584093

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729 '

Total Change
725 '

Ascent
316 '

Descent
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2.0 miles
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October 31, 2019
2.0 miles
July 12, 2020
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2.3 miles
July 11, 2018
Actually went up the Halfway House and Conglomerate Rock trails (1.3 miles up instead of 1)
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