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Distance:
1.7 Miles / 2.7 km
Type:
Out-and-Back
Difficulty:
Easy
Time to Hike:
~51 minutes
Features:
Surface Type:
Dirt
Park:
Robinson State Park
Town:
Feeding Hills, Massachusetts
Directions:
428 North St, Feeding Hills, MA 01030
42.081905, -72.658151
Added:
May 23, 2017
Updated:
April 14, 2019
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92 '

Total Change
100 '

Ascent
166 '

Descent

The Yellow Dot Trail is a 1.7-mile out-and-back hike through Robinson State Park in Feeding Hills, Massachusetts.

Along the trail are several off-shoots, but the land isn't as large as it appears, so you likely won't get lost. Stick with yellow/purple blazes and you'll find your way back to parking easily.

Nothing special, but a nice hike in the woods nonetheless. Dogs and biking are allowed.

Explore 191 trails near Feeding Hills, MA
  1. Parking

    42.081905, -72.658151
  2. Main Trailhead

    42.083483, -72.659546
No community routes found. To add your own hike as a Community Route for this Trail guide, leave a Trip Report with an attached GPX file.

Hazards

Ticks - Lyme Disease More Info (CDC)

Season

Spring

Blaze Dot

Yellow

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1 Trip Report

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1.7 miles / 2.7 km
Trail added
May 23, 2017
Hiked on
May 23, 2017
Updated on
April 14, 2019

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