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Honey Hollow Hike & drink/grub at Stone Corral Brewery in Richmond

Honey Hollow Hike:

This is a moderate hike on a loop trail through the lower elevation (northern portion) of Camel's Hump State Park. The loop is 5.25 miles.

Elevation gain is 1,000 ft. The trail climbs steeply for a short bit following abandoned logging roads. Then it turns to the right into a nice wooded trail along the Catamount ski trail system. Then we walk down Honey Hollow Rd to go back to the cars on Duxbury Rd.

We meet at 9:50 for a 10am sharp departure.

Bring at least a 2 quarts of water, snack and an extra t-shirt for after the hike.

Rain/snow cancels hike.

Food and drink afterwards at Stone Corral Brewery: 83 Huntington Rd, Richmond, VT 05477. Their website: stonecorral.com. Phone: (802) 434-5787.

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  • jon b.

    Great crowd, nice hike, good grub!

    5 days ago

  • Pat J.

    great! Great group, beautiful weather, nice trail, and a fun lunch place. Thanks to Frank and Harsham!

    5 days ago

  • Ben de L.

    Any chance we'll need snowshoes higher up? I wouldn't think it would be deep enough yet that we can't just trudge through, but what do I know...
    Are dogs usually welcome on these hikes?

    December 3

  • Renn

    The beginning of this hike is a moderate ascent for about a mile up a logging road. I have done this with several groups and the folks have complained about the start of the walk. Once we turn and go into the woods the trail is easy to moderate, depending on your ability level. It's a fun walk and not anything like Camel's Hump. In comparison, easy to Camel's Hump. I consider this a great spring hike to warm up to doing more strenuous hikes.

    November 29

    • Renn

      So Pat, my opinion it's a great hike!

      November 29

  • Pat J.

    Hmmm...interested, sortof. Did Camels Hump from Huntingdon 2 weeks ago and needed a week for my legs to recover. Lots of climbing, and ice and snow made it tricky. This sounds a bit milder, no?

    November 28

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