Unkamit’s Path section #5 in Huntington. We hiked the section of this Native American footpath from the Huckleberry Trolley Line. To get to the trail junction, follow the trolley line up Cooks Mountain from the Huntington Post Office to Blandford Hill Road, the dirt road on your right is the trolley bed. Pass the Huntington water tower, in about 1.75 miles up there is a cairn and the white blaze on either side of the trolley line, heading East we followed the trail (white blaze) which travels along the ridge to the power line cut where the view opens up. Then back into the woods where we then dropped to an old farmstead with old growth trees and a magnificent stone wall. This section comes out on old Old Blandford Road. Look for the giant Native American Tree trail marker! Taking a left and heading North we made our way back down old Blandford Hill Road, passing the Huntington Blandford boundary stone, to make a great 6 mile loop. Trolley map courtesy of Doug Lyman. Unkamit’s Path was blazed in the 1960’s by Henry Warchol and John Murphy from Westfield State College.

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