Race Brook Falls - Lower Falls

1.3 Miles
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Trail added on:
August 01, 2021
Updated on:
August 02, 2021

Time to Hike: ~39 minutes


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The Race Brook Falls - Lower Falls hike at Mount Everett State Reservation near Sheffield, Massachusetts is a moderate 1.3-mile out-and-back trek that leads to a ~80-foot tall waterfall, Lower Race Brook Falls.

Trails: This hike follows two named trails: Race Brook Falls Trail, Lower Falls Trails.

Hike Description: Hikers will begin following the Race Brook Falls Trail at the parking lot before taking a right-hand turn at the Lower Falls Trail around mile 0.25. From here, hikers will follow the Lower Falls Trail right to the base of the 80-foot tall Lower Race Brook Falls.

Parking: Hikers will find parking directly off Route 41 in a small pull-off at the coordinates provided.

Blaze Colors: This hike follows blue blazes.

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42.089446, -73.411209
361 '

Total Change
428 '

417 '

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Trail added
August 01, 2021
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