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Rock House Inner Loop Trail

0.7 Miles
Easy
2
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Trail added on:
June 21, 2015
Updated on:
May 11, 2019

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The Rock House Inner Loop Trail is an easy 0.7 mile hike at the Rock House Reservation in West Brookfield, Massachusetts. The Rock House Shelter is a natural rock structure that was once used by Native Americans as a winter camp and is now used as a destination sight on this hiking trail. The trail leads around Carter Pond and over to the Rock House glacial deposit on the west side of the pond, before closing the loop back at the parking lot off of route 9.

On the north section of the trail is a small cabin-like structure which can be used to get away from the rain or have a picnic with a view of the pond below.


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Season

Spring
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116 '

Total Change
136 '

Ascent
136 '

Descent
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0.7 miles
Trail added
June 21, 2015
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May 11, 2019

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