White Cairn is much steeper, glad we did it that way. This is a great hike with much exposed ledge up top. The Blueberry Mountain Trail leaves from the Blueberry Mountain Bible Camp parking lot. I took the Stonehouse Trail to the top and back down on 6/17/2020. I had my small dog with me, so the more moderate option seemed prudent (mostly because it's hard for me to keep up with her when it comes to rock hopping). The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until October. This section, including Blueberry Ridge trail, was gradual thru ledge and Pine/coniferous mountain ecosystems. Rattlesnake pool is awesome too. White rough-sawn walls. It is a little harder to find and follow the beginning of the lookout loop, but the All Trails map is pretty accurate on this part and there are cairns to mark the way. Looks like the Stonehouse trail has been changed towards the top from what the All Trails map shows. Worth doing the loop at the summit for gorgeous views of shell pond and mountains on the other side of the valley. Quite lovely hike. Blackberry Mountain seamlessly infuses wellness, outdoor adventure and hospitality into every experience, creating moments as epic and invigorating as the views that surround our guests. If you are reading this and you are leaving your garbage in the woods please do NOT do it again. The ridge lies on private land, and it is thanks to the generosity of the owner which makes such a magical outing possible. Super duper! Beautiful views at the top and pretty easy route back down. Beautiful day and wonderful views!! I will note that the All Trails map does not follow the switchbacks near the top very well, but I found the trail very easy to follow. At the tip, you are rewarded by views of mountains, coastline and the ocean. It was pretty flat with lots of corners and overlooks to explore. Only one other hiker, E. Hung out with her and with the Gray Jays who seemed to enjoy the almonds I’d brought. The view is great though, as was Rattlesnake Pool! Very diverse trail, steep at times but not too bad. First time attempting the loop as a family. Also because the views are better coming down White Cairn. We read the reviews about the steepness but didnt truly understand until we tackled the steepness. Offline map is recommended. Got a little muddy in some spots but overall the trails are in great shape and well marked. Only one other hiker, E. Hung out with her and with the Gray Jays who seemed to enjoy the almonds I’d brought. The trail quickly hits ledge after that and views S and SW across the Notch are great. Overall it was fairly easy to follow the trail, although some points were difficult to see the markers. Stopped at Rattlesnake Pool as well- was saving it for the end- and it was gorgeous! We went up Stonehouse Trail, stopping by Rattlesnake Pool, then went down White Cairn. Offline map is recommended. Great fall views. Blueberry Mountain, ME: Trails: White Cairn Trail, Blueberry Ridge Trail, Overlook Loop, Stone House Trail, road walk: Date of Hike: Tuesday, April 14, 2020: Parking/Access Road Notes: I parked near route 113 and walked one mile to the "Summer" parking lot on Stone House road to begin the loop. Definitely stop by rattlesnake pool and maybe even take a dip! Starting out it was very easy but went up Carin and it got STEEP! Great little hike. I took a different trail down that I preferred over descending back the way I came. Blueberry Mountain via Stone House Trail is a 4.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Bethel, Maine that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. Got a little muddy in some spots but overall the trails are in great shape and well marked. That would have been a burner on the knees. We thought we were off route, but it eventually comes back. Stonehouse trail hardly had any signs letting you know you were heading to Blueberry Mountain. The Blueberry Lake trails were designated in 2013 as an International Mountain Bike Association Model Trail-Gateway network and are great for beginners. Head to Tootsie Roll first for smooth surfaces and gentle grades. Two paths from North Lovell join on SE ridge of Speckled and ascend to summit. Parking for trail is off Stone House Road about 1.5 miles past Baldface Circle trail parking (right turn). Gorgeous! Or the lime-washed oak ceilings. Arrived at the second summit at 10:40. The view was beautiful. Very nice trail, all trails has a 2.7 mile logging road following rattlesnake brook that isn’t cleared anymore, has about 5-7 years of tree growth on it. I really loved this hike!!! So we retraced our steps on the spur path, then turned right to resume our trek along Blueberry Mountain Trail. We hiked up White Cairn Trail to Blueberry Ridge Trail, then … Benutzer haben berichtet, dass die Wanderwege nicht gut markiert sind. The view was an incredible payoff. Beautiful trail and moderate in difficulty. Blueberry Hill (Mountain) is one of the nicest unmarked trails on the Island. Spectacular November day, felt more like early September. Trail starts on private property so be respectful. Thanks for the review, Charlie! The foliage was still peaking at certain elevations this day and even after a decent amount of rain the night before the trail was in good shape. Fun day overall. Then the trail hits a steep climb up stone-boulder steps...a nice surprise. The views are great. On the ridge, but a mix of open and tree-covered. Looks like the Stonehouse trail has been changed towards the top from what the All Trails map shows. At the top, it’s like walking on sponge as the mountain top is covered in wild blueberry and cranberry patches and moss. Trail VERY easy to follow. There are plenty of spots to sit down to enjoy the view, and lunch. Next try Flying Squirrel for a fast and fun ride through the trees. I had my small dog with me, so the more moderate option seemed prudent (mostly because it's hard for me to keep up with her when it comes to rock hopping). It gets a bit steep toward the top, but I would say similar to Mount Tire'm and easier to summit than Singepole Mountain. Also, my dog got into a plastic ziploc freezer bag with someone’s half eaten lunch right after Rattlesnake Pool. Offline-Karte wird empfohlen. Beautiful views at the top and pretty easy route back down. Hiked the Blueberry loop trail, plus the out n back to Speckled, on Saturday 11/07/20. Too much spring snow, mud, ice, and ruts to drive that road now unless you have a Jeep. Evans Notch - Blueberry Mountain Loop Trail is a 8.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Fryeburg, Maine that features a lake and is rated as moderate. East and West Royce Mountain via Royce Trail, Evans Notch - Blueberry Mountain Loop Trail, Bickford Brook Trail to Speckled Mountain, Shell Pond Loop from Evergreen Valley Road [PRIVATE PROPERTY]. The mosquito situation wasn't bad, and the trail is very clear of plant life, but there were lots of little gnat type bugs that tended to be around your face, so definitely bring the bug spray. This loop runs around the south side of Blueberry Mountain with views to the Deers and Shell Pond below. The white cairn trail was well marked with yellow blazes, gradual accent thru a Beech tree forest with a zillion leaves on the trail (glad I had hiking poles). Follow the trail to its end, where it rejoins the Stone House Trail. Spectacular November day, felt more like early September. I had read reviews and knew that so was laughing at myself on the way up. It's a great trail and I would say borders on easy except that there are a lot of smaller rocks on much of the trail to help with erosion, if you aren't steady on your feet, this could be a bit of an issue, but probably not for most. The AllTrails map is wrong on the top of the Stone House Trail just before the vista loop at the peak of blueberry mountain. I took my time on this trail/hike, detours plus 40 minutes at Speckled summit. Very diverse trail, steep at times but not too bad. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. It's a great trail and I would say borders on easy except that there are a lot of smaller rocks on much of the trail to help with erosion, if you aren't steady on your feet, this could be a bit of an issue, but probably not for most. Blueberry Mountain via Stone House Trail est un sentier aller-retour de 7.7 kilomètres peu fréquenté situé près de Bethel, Maine. It takes a small detour (but still really well marked!). Highly recommend. Fabulous hike—not too step but feels like a workout. Arrived at the parking lot just before 8:30am, Small lot with only 1/2 dozen spots, of which I grabbed #6. I saw from the visitors book that it is not frequently hiked. An hour and 15 to Blueberry summit, then the extension to Speckled took another hour plus. Nous avons mis à jour l'itinéraire en conséquence. Rafflesnake pool was very refreshing near the end of the hike and very popular on a hot August Sunday afternoon. This was a great hike but took a little bit to find the look out loop sign to reach the beautiful views. Definitely better to go up Cairn as there are some steep scrambles that would be difficult to descend (especially in icy conditions, which it was today). Hiked up Cairns and down Stone House 6/28/20 with my dog and didn’t see anyone until we took a swim at Rattlesnake pool. You’ll want to start your journey in the town of Gilead. Merci pour l'examen, Charlie! An outdoor patio with a wood burning fireplace completes the picture. To make a full loop, head back down the mountain via the … Very few people, even on a gorgeous day. Les chiens sont les bienvenus sur ce sentier mais seulement en laisse. Back in lot at 1:45. Normally a day hike, a climb up Speckled Mountain and down the Blueberry Ridge Trail can be easily incorporated into a multi-day backpacking loop that visits other scenic spots in Evans Notch such as … On the way down I jumped into the Rattlesnake Pool. Speckled Mountain and the Blueberry Ridge Trail . I had read reviews and knew that so was laughing at myself on the way up. Hiked 5-31-20. Blueberry Mountain, ME: Trails: Stone House Trail: Date of Hike: Saturday, February 4, 2017: Parking/Access Road Notes: Route 113 has numerous frost heaves and bumps so it is wise to drive a little slower. We have updated the route accordingly. Take White Cairn up, do this clockwise. Users have reported that the trails are not marked well. Hiked up Cairns and down Stone House 6/28/20 with my dog and didn’t see anyone until we took a swim at Rattlesnake pool. Arrived at the second summit at 10:40. Parking is available at the base of the Stone House Trail along Stone House Road and a good place to drop a car at the end of the hike. The summit of Blueberry Mountain is in the Caribou-Speckled Mountain Wilderness north of Fryeburg. Great views and nice moderately used trail. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until October. Trek on! This is a moderate loop trail to Blueberry Mountain in White Mountain National Forest. Some parked at the winter gate others along the road to the summer trailhead, summer trailhead lot has room for 3-4 cars. Blueberry Mountain in the Evans Notch area is a moderate hike that features fine views to the South. Also, my dog got into a plastic ziploc freezer bag with someone’s half eaten lunch right after Rattlesnake Pool. Awesome hike. Rattlesnake pool is awesome too. If you are reading this and you are leaving your garbage in the woods please do NOT do it again. Follow it down for a mile, where you will find the spur trail on your left that brings you a couple hundred yards to Rattlesnake Pool, a classic “Shangri La” New England swimming hole. On the way down I jumped into the Rattlesnake Pool. Great hike on a well maintained trail. This is a great hike with much exposed ledge up top. SPECKLED MOUNTAIN & BLUEBERRY MOUNTAIN ... 1922: CTA opens new trail from Stone House to Blueberry Mtn. This was a great hike but took a little bit to find the look out loop sign to reach the beautiful views. A lot of switchbacks which I’m not biggest fan of, but it makes the trail very moderate. Veuillez nous écrire à support@alltrails.com! The view is great though, as was Rattlesnake Pool! Hiked June 10, 2020. Highly recommend. Just an incredible day. Still see something wrong? The loop down Stone House was not marked at all and the Beech forest and leaves made the descent kind of interesting and tricky. Overall it was fairly easy to follow the trail, although some points were difficult to see the markers. A perfect spot for a picnic or a snack! Also, a note about the road: no potholes right now on the dirt portion, but some protruding rocks of decent size, so just take it slow and be extra careful if you have a lower car (my Prius was fine). Very very cold water but a great end to the loop. Fabulous hike—not too step but feels like a workout. The White Cairn Trail provides a fun way to climb Blueberry Mountain, beginning at the air strip of a private home called the Stone House, located just north of the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Cold River Camp. It starts off following along a small brook and then connects to the old Cabot Trail road. Hiked the Blueberry loop trail, plus the out n back to Speckled, on Saturday 11/07/20. Trail VERY easy to follow. Everyone needs to do this hike, in October especially. To get there, taking Route 113 and when you’re in town, head towards Stone House Road which becomes Shell Pond Road. At the junction of Blueberry Ridge Trail and Stone House Trail, go left to follow Blueberry Ridge Trail. The Blueberry Mountain and Rattlesnake Pool Loop is perhaps the most idyllic short day hike in the area, and ranks as one of our favorite family trips in all of New England. The views are great. Next time we will go up White Cairn trail to the summit. Blueberry Mountain Loop. Quite lovely hike. Later, post hike, noted that many cars simply parked in the dirt road. The Blueberry Hill Trail System is a network of multi-use trails spread over 900 acres of town-owned property. Did the loop clockwise. The loop down Stone House was not marked at all and the Beech forest and leaves made the descent kind of interesting and tricky. Difficulty: Easy/moderate. Everyone needs to do this hike, in October especially. The best part of the hike is a dip in the emerald green “Rattlesnake Pool” just off the Stone House Trail, a gorgeous swimming hole and waterfall. It can be hiked by itself – via either the Blueberry Ridge Trail (from Brickett Place), or the Stone House – White Cairn Loop. The "lot" does only have about six spaces, but there is definitely enough room to pull off to one side of the road and still allow cars to pass. I will note that the All Trails map does not follow the switchbacks near the top very well, but I found the trail very easy to follow. It is a little harder to find and follow the beginning of the lookout loop, but the All Trails map is pretty accurate on this part and there are cairns to mark the way. Be aware that the first part of the hike is on private property. Go for it. The view was an incredible payoff. Also because the views are better coming down White Cairn. Next time we will go up White Cairn trail to the summit. Fantastic trail. Follow this into and directly across the field into a hardwood forest, where the path continues following an old woods road. (formerly Shell Pond Road); this will be 0.7 miles north of AMC Cold River Camp. Spectacular November day, felt more like early September. It’s an idyllic setting to enjoy the cool mountain evenings of any season. The trail ducked into the woods and then came to a nice ledge where we decided to enjoy lunch. Follow the sign to the Stone House Trail, turning right at the sign for the Lookout Loop. The Blueberry Mountain Trail is a so-called point-to-point hike, which means that, if you want to hike its entire length, you’ll need to have two cars, one on each end of the trail. An hour and 15 to Blueberry summit, then the extension to Speckled took another hour plus. Iron windows. As you near the top you will understand where the trail gets its name. Yellow blazes of the Blueberry Mountain Trail . Trek on! The views are stunning for such a moderate hike. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until October. Very few people, even on a gorgeous day. White Cairn to Stone House Trail is a 5.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Fryeburg, Maine that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. Hiked June 10, 2020. Starting out it was very easy but went up Carin and it got STEEP! From Fryeburg, Maine, take Route 113 North for 19.4 miles to Stone House Rd. First time attempting the loop as a family. The views are stunning for such a moderate hike. East and West Royce Mountain via Royce Trail, Evans Notch - Blueberry Mountain Loop Trail, Bickford Brook Trail to Speckled Mountain, Shell Pond Loop from Evergreen Valley Road [PROPRIÉTÉ PRIVÉE]. Great views of the nearby lakes and mountains from the top. It’s a pretty place to sit. 2 … Stacked stone archways. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until October. Great hike on a well maintained trail. Le sentier vous présentera des fleurs sauvages et sa difficulté est évaluée comme modérée. The trail it's self was decent but the marking was terrible. Hiked 5-31-20. Next the trail alternated between short spurts through conifers and wonderful open granite slabs with views to the west and north. The best way to enjoy it is by taking a hike to the summit of Blueberry Mountain before ending with a refreshing, celebratory dip in the emerald green waters. Blueberry Mountain Loop via Stone House Trail and White Cairn Trail . Time/Distance: 2.5 hrs / 7.25 km. Vous voyez toujours quelque chose qui ne va pas? I really loved this hike!!! Arrived at the parking lot just before 8:30am, Small lot with only 1/2 dozen spots, of which I grabbed #6. The short loop at the top is worth the trouble and has excellent views. A really nice hike that avoids the steep rock face of Cairn trail. Shortly before reaching the junction of Blueberry Ridge Trail and Stone House Trail, you will pass over the high point of Blueberry Mtn. I took a different trail down that I preferred over descending back the way I came. The white cairn trail was well marked with yellow blazes, gradual accent thru a Beech tree forest with a zillion leaves on the trail (glad I had hiking poles). Trails diverge off it to Blueberry Mtn. Stonehouse trail hardly had any signs letting you know you were heading to Blueberry Mountain. … White Cairn is much steeper, glad we did it that way. As promised with the mountain’s name, I had a delicious snack of wild blueberries. Distance (round trip): 3.6 miles. Definitely difficult though. Very very cold water but a great end to the loop. We went up Stonehouse Trail, stopping by Rattlesnake Pool, then went down White Cairn. Rattlesnack pool was very cool, the color of the water is just beautiful. We underestimated the trail and there’s one point where you’re on your hands and knees in order to climb vertically. Great fall views. Once you get to the top and see signs to continue down head left and look for look out loop sign and follow the rock piles. Really lovely views, so definitely do the loop. We read the reviews about the steepness but didnt truly understand until we tackled the steepness. Super duper! Rafflesnake pool was very refreshing near the end of the hike and very popular on a hot August Sunday afternoon. The foliage was still peaking at certain elevations this day and even after a decent amount of rain the night before the trail was in good shape. 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