2016 Favorite Hikes Survey Final Results

2016 Favorite Hikes Survey Final Results:

1 Arcadia Management Area – Hiking Area
2 Ell/Long Pond – Hiking Trail/Area
3 Arcadia – Escoheag/Ben Utter/Stepstone Falls – Hiking Trail
4 Tillinghast Pond/Wickaboxet/Pratt Conservation – Hiking Area
5 Arcadia – Breakheart/Shelter Trails – Hiking Trail
6 Pulaski Park/George Washington – Hiking Area
7 Parker Woodland Wildlife Refuge – Hiking Area
8 Yawgoog Area – Hiking Area
9 Walkabout Trail – Hiking Trail
10 Rome Point – Hiking Trail/Area
11 Vin Gormley Trail – Hiking Trail
12 Wolf Hill Forest Preserve – Hiking Area
13 Maxwell Mays Wildlife Refuge – Hiking Area
14 Big River – Hiking Area
15 Great Swamp – Hiking Area
16 Sachuest Point – Hiking Trail
17 Fisherville Brook Wildlife Refuge – Hiking Area
18 Tri-State Border Monument – Hiking Area
19 Weetamoo Woods – Hiking Area
20 Lincoln Woods – Hiking Area
21 Sprague Farm – Hiking Area
22 Grills Preserve and Sanctuary – Hiking Area
23 North South Trail – Hiking Trail
24 Norman Bird Sanctuary – Hiking Area
25 Francis Carter Preserve – Hiking Area
26 Snake Den – Hiking Area
27 Cumberland Monastery – Hiking Area
28 Carolina Management Area – North – Hiking Area
29 Diamond Hill West – Hiking Area
30 Goddard State Park – Hiking Area
31 Heritage Park/Steere Farm – Hiking Area
32 Rodmans Hollow – Hiking Area
33 Canonchet Brook Preserve – Hiking Area
34 Neutaconkanut Hill – Hiking Area
35 Connors Farm – Hiking Area
36 Black Farm – Hiking Area
37 Duval Trail – Hiking Area/Trail
38 North-South Trail – Leg 1 – Hiking Trail
39 Fort Barton Woods – Hiking Trail
40 North-South Trail – Leg 2 – Hiking Trail
41 North South Trail – Leg 8 – Hiking Trail
42 Clayhead Preserve – Hiking Area
43 North South Trail – Leg 7 – Hiking Trail
44 Wahaneeta Preserve/Woody Hill – Hiking Area
45 Spring Lake Loop – Hiking Trail/Area

Favorite Hikes Nomination Map

Favorite Hikes in Rhode Island Area

Favorite Hikes Nomination List is complete – What a long strange hike it’s been … Anywho, the list is complete. (See link below)

It’s arranged in two sections: map and list. Because of my limited programming skills, the map and list are not linked. So, if you click a map icon, you will get additional information about that hike. However, the list is not linked to the map icons, so if you want additional information about a hike in the list, use the map icon index column to locate the map icon. Once located, click the map icon for more information.

The hikes are categorized:

Hiking Trail – Named trail like Ben Utter or Vin Gormley

Hiking Trail System – Many trails (marked and unmarked) within a specified area such as Arcadia, Tillinghast or Parker Woodland.

Unmarked Trail System – Hiking areas such as Big River, Diamond Hill West or Lincoln Woods.

Hopefully, I’ll receive feedback. All suggestions/comments/complaints are welcome.

Once the list has been vetted, we’ll start voting in two categories:

Top Hiking Areas
Top Hiking Trails

http://www.lookseeri.org/blog/favorite-hikes-nomination-map/

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