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Trailheads, measurements, times, distances, and maps are all approximate and relative to the hike(s) as shown below.
Looking down the Stinson Mountain Trail
Route: Stinson Mountain Trail
With an hour or two to spare, I headed over to Stinson Mountain for a quick hike.
Starting at the trailhead, I jogged my way to the upper snowmobile trail junction, then walked the balance of the way to the summit. From the ledges, I had excellent southern views. In addition, I had a slight peak at the sunset - in a few more weeks, when the sunset is further south, this could be a decent perspective for it.
Once below the rockier/leafier terrain, I jogged the balance of the way back to the parking lot, just barely making it back without needing to put on my headlamp.
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The Stinson Mountain Trail trailhead on Doetown Road
Looking south from Stinson Mountain
The sunset as seen from Stinson Mountain
Directions to trailhead: Take Route 25 to Rumney. Take Main Street (it will become Stinson Lake Road) north, then take a right onto Cross Road. When Cross Road intersects Doetown Road, take a right. The small parking area and trailhead will be a bit down this road on the left.
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