Escoheag Trail

Washington County, Rhode Island

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Escoheag Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Washington County, Rhode Island. It is 0.8 miles long and begins at 175 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.6 miles with a total elevation gain of 243 feet. The Perkins Family Lot (elevation 171 feet) grave yard is near the trailhead.
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Escoheag Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Washington County, Rhode Island. It is 0.8 miles long and begins at 175 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.6 miles with a total elevation gain of 243 feet. The Perkins Family Lot (elevation 171 feet) grave yard is near the trailhead. This trail connects with the following: Sand Hill Trail.
Activity Type: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Road Biking, Trail Running, Walking
Nearby City: Washington County
Distance: 0.8
Elevation Gain: 243 feet
Trailhead Elevation: 175 feet
Top Elevation: 380 feet
Driving Directions: Directions to Escoheag Trail
Elevation Min/Max: 172/380 ft
Elevation Start/End: 175/175 ft

Escoheag Trail Professional Review and Guide

"The Escoheag Trail to the Mount Tom Trail offers kids who love to scramble up and down rocky hills a number of places to climb, especially within the first mile. Children under five will need assistance with several rocky stream crossings in the initial leg of the trip. Younger ones will feel safe running ahead on the second mile of trail crossing Mount Tom ridge; it is well worn, extremely level, and straight.

On the approach to the final cliffs offering fine views, the people-sized boulders, perched precariously on either side of the trail, will inspire kids to invent all sorts of trailside games. The Arcadia Management Area operates several campgrounds, the closest being the one off Escoheag Hill Road. Check online to find campground locations and rates if planning an overnight in the area."

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May 2018