The Yellow Dot Trail at the Palmer Wildlife Management Area in Palmer, Massachusetts is a difficult 1.2 mile out-and-back hike on Route 67 near the Warren border. The trail is a bit of mess with plenty of fallen trees and it's not marked very well, so navigating your way back can be tricky. The peak, where this GPS track turns around, provides some views of Warren, Massachusetts through the trees when the leaves are not on them; however, there's likely nothing to see from this point when the leaves are on the trees. In the winter, there may be some ice-flow on a nearby rockface along the hike too. Dogs are allowed here.
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