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Breakheart Loop

Exeter, RI

Breakheart Loop is a 3.7 mile loop trail located near Exeter, RI that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from June until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Long Pond Woods Trail
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Mowry Conservation Area
by Chris Poncia

2 Completed 1 Reviews

Nice trail. I would not rate it as 'easy' though....some steep rocky hills early on....a few narrow and muddy areas to navigate through. Beautiful scenery and well marked. We did the yellow diamond trail. We will return to try the red trail. We did this hike on a 52 degree February day. With all the rock ledges I can guarantee you will see some snakes in the warmer weather

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Mowry Conservation Area
by Chris Poncia

2 Completed 1 Reviews

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Big River Trail
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3 Completed 4 Reviews

An unfortunate amount of litter with no clear trail markings.

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Arcadia Trail
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Long Pond Woods Trail
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Westconnaug Trail
by Chris Poncia

2 Completed 1 Reviews

Great trail! Nicely marked. Great job by the Scituate Conservation Commission. The trail is narrow and a bit rocky in spots. Tree roots can also trip you up. Be prepared for hills! I went on a sunny 32 degree day in winter. Trail wasn't muddy at all. Solid packed earth. Trail runs along Providence Water Supply property. I wasn't prepared to see houses shortly after starting my hike. Felt like I was intruding in someone ones back yard. Trail loops around back to these houses. It wasn't as peaceful as I would have like due to noisy construction vehicles in the distance but I will definitely be back for a weekend hike!

*dog friendly! Trail is narrow so prepare to move over into the brush if you need to avoid another hiker/dog. Pretty little stream at the beginning/end for a refreshing drink

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Arcadia Trail
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3 Completed 4 Reviews

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Long Pond Woods Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

My boyfriend and I had a great time today on this trail. We had a very rare 65° day in February and we couldn't resist getting outside! We walked the Ell and Long pond half and enjoyed a picnic lunch on top of the out cropping at the end of the trail! Nothing better!

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Rhode Island Coast Scenic Drive
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41 Completed 31 Reviews