Pyramid Mountain Loop Trail Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This hike takes Fido on rocky uphills, downhill rock scrambles, stream crossings, and some of the most impressive glacial boulders in the state. Make sure your dog has tough pads to handle the steep rock scrambles and is in shape to handle the uphills. Humans should wear boots with good ankle support. Bring plenty of water.
The Blue Trail leads out from the parking lot in two places. Take either path and cross Stony Brook, a rushing stream in spring and a trickle in summer. Turn right onto the Yellow Trail at its start and head steadily uphill. The path is rocky all the way and can be a heart-pumper even for an in-shape canine. After a climb to the ridge top, the Blue Trail comes in from the left and joins the Yellow for a short distance until you take it to the right, leaving the Yellow Trail on the left."