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A straight run up to the summit following the well-established herd path.
Hiking Trail Description
Doubletop Mountian is currently closed to public hiking.
The drive down from Route 28 passes through Hanley Corner and Mapledale. It’s a really lovely, bucolic area, with rolling hills and working farms and small herds of cows.
Driving south on Dry Brook Road, you’ll pass two covered bridges. The first is on your right. The second (shown below) is on your left. Drive past both bridges.
Park at the trailhead, sign in, and notice the second sign: THIS IS PRIVATE LAND.
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A full breakdown is provided in the hike notes below, with 14 photos and 2 videos.
Hike Doubletop Mountain
My favorite part of this hike was actually the first mile of trailed section along Dry Brook. By mid-June, the banks on both sides of the brook are lush and all along the stream feels wild and natural. The crossings are a lot of fun.
Closed! Graham & Doubletop mountains are no longer accessible to the public. Both mountains are on private land. Trespassers will be prosecuted. The information presented here is for historical puproses only.
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Trailhead Info for this Hike
Medium-sized lot. Pay attention to the private property signs.
Google Maps Location: 42.058204, -74.539796
The map below shows the exact topographic location of the trailhead
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