Robert Frost Trail - Pomeroy Pond

0.7 Miles
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Trail added on:
February 05, 2018
Updated on:
February 05, 2018

Time to Hike: ~21 minutes

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This small section of the Robert Frost Trail is located on Old Belchertown Rd in Amherst, Massachusetts. The trail runs from Old Belchertown Rd, to Pomeroy Pond, and continues on from Wildflower Drive toward Teaberry Lane. From Wildflower Drive, the trail heads south a short ways before it picks back up on the right. This last segment between Wildflower Drive and Teaberry Lane is very short, but runs behind houses on both sides of the trail, so stay on the trail as the adjacent properties are private. To skip this section you can walk across Wildflower Drive and down Teaberry Lane where the trail picks back up.

The trail is marked with red blazes and is popular due to being close to a bus stop and Amherst Woods.

Parking: You can park across from the transfer station.

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42.353856, -72.479679
46 '

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18 '

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