Stonetown Circular is a hiking trail in Passaic County, New Jersey. It is 3.3 miles long and begins at 376 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 6.6 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,679 feet.
Stonetown Circular Professional Review and Guide
"Make certain you’re in good shape before trying this hike. Several steep climbs are involved as well as one long descent that’s sure to leave your legs quivering from the exertion. The effort is worth it, however, because the ridges along the Stonetown Circular Trail offer spectacular views of the Wyanokie Mountains, Wanaque Reservoir, Montville Reservoir, and miles of forest. Hiking over odd-shaped outcrops—and the opportunity to pick blueberries during summer—adds to the enjoyment of being alone in lush woodland. Carry a lot of water; on a hot day, you’ll go through it quickly."
--Arline Zatz, Best Hikes with Children in New Jersey (The Mountaineers Books).
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