Ephraim Hunt – Rehoboth

  • Ephraim Hunt Ministerial Land
  • Pond Street, Rehoboth, MA
  • Trailhead: 41°50’8.75″N, 71°16’10.04″W
  • Last Time Hiked: June 17, 2014
  • Approximate distance hiked: 1.5 miles
  • Easy with slight elevation.

 

Today I was joined by a co-worker for a short after work hike. We first decided to hike the shorter red trail which is a loop. It is a rather short loop. We also came across an area that appears to be used for religious ceremonies in an area of tall pines. After we looked around a bit we then decided to hike the blue trail. Some of the new boardwalks are finished but some are still under construction at this time. Use caution here as some of them haven’t been nailed or bolted. There is an intersection where a narrower blue trail shoots off to the right. We continued going straight and to the left following the wider blue blazed trail up Ridge Hill and around a loop. There is also a trail that shoots off to the left at the loop but it leads to private property. After doing the loop we retraced our steps back to the car.

 

Trail map can be found at: Ephraim Hunt.

Along The Blue Trail

Along The Blue Trail

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    • Bill Kirkpatrick
    • September 13th, 2015

    I hiked the blue trail at the Ephraim Hunt preserve this morning with my German Shepherd and we had the place to ourself. I enjoyed the varied terrain and solitude.

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