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Mud Bottom Brook – West Greenwich

Mud Bottom Brook – Big River Management Area New London Turnpike, West Greenwich, RI Trailhead:  41°37’4.38″N, 71°35’46.70″W Last Time Hiked: May 16, 2020 Approximate distance hiked: 4.5 miles Moderate, navigation can be difficult.     First and foremost, I would advise not to attempt this hike without a map, GPS tracking, good sense of direction, [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

Matteson Plain – Exeter/West Greenwich

Matteson Plain – Arcadia Wildlife Management Area Matteson Plain Road, Exeter, RI Trailhead: 41°35’53.32″N, 71°42’37.66″W Last Time Hiked: August 21, 2016 Approximate distance hiked: 2.8 miles Moderate.   This hike, relatively short in distance, can be quite challenging due to footing. Starting from a parking area near the end of Frosty Hollow Road (Straight ahead [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

Shelter Trail/Frosty Hollow – Exeter/West Greenwich

Shelter Trail/Frosty Hollow Frosty Hollow Road, Exeter, RI Trailhead: 41°35’16.69″N, 71°42’33.17″W Last Time Hiked: April 18, 2016 Approximate distance hiked: 6.2 miles Moderate with some significant elevation.   This 6 mile hike takes you through some of the most serene parts of the Arcadia Wildlife Management Area and can be a bit of exercise as [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

Breakheart Hill – Exeter/West Greenwich

Breakheart Hill Ten Rod Road, Exeter, RI Trailhead: 41°34’37.86″N, 71°41’52.33″W Last Time Hiked: February 28, 2016 Approximate distance hiked: 4.4 miles Moderate.   This hike covers some of the lesser used trails in the Arcadia Management Area. It is a rather lonely hike. The hike has some significant ups and downs and footing is a [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

Breakheart Trail/Penny Hill – Exeter/West Greenwich

Breakheart Trail/Penny Hill – Arcadia Wildlife Management Area Hicks Trail, Exeter, RI Trailhead: 41°35’42.83″N, 71°42’12.14″W Last Time Hiked: October 17, 2015 Approximate distance hiked: 6.8 miles Moderate, difficult in areas due to significant elevation. The Breakheart Trail runs from Austin Farm Road at the Falls River to Breakheart Pond mostly in West Greenwich and parts [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

Falls River – Exeter/West Greenwich

Falls River Midway Trail, Exeter, RI Trailhead: 41°34’45.82″N, 71°43’8.57″W Last Time Hiked: September 17, 2015 Approximate distance hiked: 5.0 miles Moderate with some slight elevation. This hike in the Arcadia Management Area loops around the lower end of the Falls River. About half the hike follows gravel roads and the other portions follows some of [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

Escoheag Hill – West Greenwich

Escoheag Hill/Pine Top Hazard Road, West Greenwich, RI Trailhead: 41°37’2.58″N, 71°46’51.15″W First Time Hiked: May 10, 2015 Last Time Hiked: April 25, 2020 Approximate distance hiked: 3.5 miles Moderate with some significant elevation. In the northwestern part on the Arcadia Wildlife Management is Escoheag Hill. The hill overlooks the valley that the Falls River runs through [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

Breakheart Pond – Exeter/West Greenwich

Breakheart Pond – Arcadia Wildlife Management Area Hicks Trail, Exeter, RI Trailhead: 41°35’43.81″N, 71°42’13.28″W Last Time Hiked: October 24, 2014 Approximate distance hiked: 1.7 miles Easy.   I had originally planned on doing a 6 mile hike in this area this morning but due to the wet weather I decided to do a much shorter [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

Ben Utter Trail/Stepstone Falls – Exeter/West Greenwich

Ben Utter Trail/River Trail – Arcadia Wildlife Management Area Plain Road, Exeter, RI Trailhead: 41°35’51.47″N, 71°44’48.16″W First Time Hiked: April 17, 2013 Last Time Hiked: September 25, 2021 Approximate distance hiked: 3.2 miles Easy with some rock scaling and slight elevation.   The Falls River at Stepstone Falls is easily one of the most scenic [&hellip[ READ MORE ]

North South Trail – Statewide

North South Trail Burrillville, RI to Charlestown, RI Last Time Hiked: 2015 Approximate Distance: 78 miles Difficultly is determined by individual legs of the hike. The North South Trail is the longest continuous trail in the State of Rhode Island. It stretches from the rolling and rocky hills of the northwest corner of the state to [&hellip[ READ MORE ]