Diamond Mountain/Stony Brook Loop

Harriman-Bear Mountain State Parks

This loop hike at the southern end of Harriman State Park follows several picturesque streams and climbs to a viewpoint over Lake Sebago.

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From the parking lot, head east (left when facing the woods), passing the Visitor Center to the left. You are following the red-on-white-blazed Pine Meadow Trail, which parallels Stony Brook, on the left. The trail follows a wide woods road, with a detour onto a footpath to the right to avoid a wet and rocky section of the road. After following this wide route for 0.4 mile, you’ll come to fork...

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Trip Reports

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May 15, 2016
Did this hike today.  Can I say it is an amazing hike.  I agree that this should be rated easy to moderate as the only tough part is the climb up Diamond Mountain and the rocky terrain.
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March 08, 2016
Did this hike on Sunday (3/6/16).  Other than the short steep ascent up to Diamond Mountain, the rest of the hike was rather easy wth lots of rock gardens to maneuver through.
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Bradley Scher
March 08, 2015
We did this hike today, and found that we could do the hike as originally described - the bridge on the orange blazed trail has been replaced. Nice hike, with views on Diamond Mountain.
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