Reward yourself with tranquility as you walk this hilly trek through the woods to a gorgeous vista.
Getting There and Parking
Travel on Route 12N to Hartland Four Corners. Take a Right onto Mace Hill Road. After a 1/4 of a mile turn left onto Linden Road. You can park on the right by the farmstand.
Walk up the hill on the road. You’ll see the housing community on the left at the top. Veer right. You’ll see a trailhead.
It takes about thirty minutes or so.
Moderate. It’s not a straight path, it’s got some inclines.
Variety of trail type
On the Trail
On the trail you’ll meander through squishy grass,
and a ribbon of trail cozying up to the woodsy vegetatian and trees.
I like how I’m reminded on the walk that this is a farm and people are graciously offering me solace on their land. It’s also a neat feature on the trail.
You may find some flowers to greet you along your way.
Surround yourself with the choir of birds. Step among the crunch of the leaves as a slice of sunshine slips through the canopy of emerald.
And don’t worry. The trail is well marked and only one main trail, so you won’t get lost. There’s a map here.
At the end of the trail there’s a fence into the pasture. You may even see some cows. If you’re looking for how to get to the bench (which is on the far right), go through this opening in the fence.
About the Community
Be inspired about living in a tight knit community and sharing responsibility by learning about the Cobb cohousing community.
I hope you enjoy this wonderful trail. You can also come here in the winter for cross country skiing.
Walk a bit and then come sit awhile and just breath in peace.