Even though the loop takes you around the reservoir you are not along the shores the entire time. This hike is accessible only from that parking area. Backtrack or make your way along the stream to get back to the crossing at 0.9. Parked here by the Winnebago Scout Reservation and hiked in. At this point, look left and you will spot White trail markers. Shorter Option: Had enough? Wanted to do the full reservoir loop, but the main lot was full by the time we arrived. The entire route is now well-blazed, but sometimes the marks take a second to spot. This post may contain affiliate links. The only road crossing throughout the entire loop is Splitrock Road. After about four miles from the parking lot, you reach a trail junction with the Winnebago Trail and a very rocky section at the north end of the reservoir. The trail moves up and ascends Riley's Rise and meets up with the Split Rock Trail (blue blazes). Also, I ended up logging more miles and time than I would have expected based on the map. 11.2 miles; challenging. Make left onto Hebernia rd. This hike (but in the opposite direction) is in Hiking the Jersey Highlands. Trail Blog: “Splitrock Reservoir in Spring“Hiked: 8/30/15.Hiked: 9/5/10. 4.7 – Keep following Four Birds Trail (WHITE) past the the ORANGE trail (easy to miss). From Sussex boro take rt 23 south. Please check our Trail Reroutes page for any changes to Map 19, or Splitrock Narrows. Continue following Splitrock (BLUE) straight. Also, too many downed trees across the trail, and lots of them quite old - not well-maintained. GPS: BailoutOption. Hop a stream crossing on rocks; there was a rope the last time we hiked. Trail Blog: “Farny – Split Rock Reservoir Loop“, Copyright © 2020 | site by OPAQUE DESIGN LLC, njHiking.com | facebook.com/njhiking | twitter.com/njhiking | instagram.com/njhiking | youtube.com/njhiking, Splitrock Reservoir only, on lettersize page. Instead, I hiked a bit on a trail to the south of the reservoir, and also hiked a short distance around the reservoir before turning back. You can bushwhack over to it or at the next intersection, take YELLOW to it, where you’ll be above it. I went clockwise to do the biggest elevation gain up front. Reservoir. 7.8 – Continue following Splitrock (BLUE) as it leaves Charlottesburg Rd, heading East back onto a trail. Take Splitrock Rd (Dirt) over dam. Park Hiking Trail Map. ], —Hiked: 4/28/18. 111 - APPALACHIAN TRAIL - NEW YORK / NEW JERSEY - Sección 12.2 y 13 - NY, y 1 - NJ - Wildcat Shelter a Wawayanda State Park. It but the most difficult part of the trail at the beginning of the trek. To south end of Splitrock Reservoir to access Split Rock Loop, Four Birds Trail and Wildcat Ridge areas: Take I-287 to N.J. Route 23 North to Newfoundland, turn around via the U-turn system at LaRue Road to head south on Route 23. Overgrown in some areas but less ticks and bugs than other locations! Otherwise, there are multiple map sources: Trail Map (on right side click “WCRmap.pdf” and print out reservoir section) Split Rock Reservoir only, on lettersize page (The reservoir portion combined from the detail pages below; from GoneHikin Blog) You are now north of the reservoir and are heading to the east side. I have heard the trail is not maintained regularly so the trees may be there a while. Take to Splitrock rd. This area is basically the narrowest place to cross, but you might find better spots up or down stream. The trail is not maintained and there are many trees blocking the path and navigation can be tricky. Go past Canister rd. After lunch, stay on the Orange trail for a few miles as you make your way to the northern tip of the reservoir. The loop trail … No street number, a dirt lot off of Split Rock Rd. Bing Maps has a collection of great trails with directions to trail heads as well as photos. On the right-hand side of the page, there is a complete list of those locations. Hard to find the start. The Split Rock Trail (marked with blue blazes) has a start/end point on the two sections of the Four Birds Trail, on the north end of Splitrock Reservoir and the other on the south end.The trail can be accessed from the Split Rock Reservoir Boat Launch and then heading down Split Rock Road to the power lines. Left onto Split Rock Rd to parking lot. The parking area is right off Split Rock Road, at the southern end of the reservoir. Although relatively short in distance (and nearly a mile of the hike follows roads), this is a very rugged hike, which involves climbing up and down many rocky ledges. Fairly flat hike! Shortly, turn RIGHT and now follow Splitrock (BLUE). Only did a little less than half the hike! only park in the lot, you will get ticketed if you park along the road. Unfortunately, being 2.8 miles in to the reservoir, we couldn't do the whole loop, but we did cover a few scenic miles of the western shore. 436 m blue singletrack trail. Enter Boy Scout camp only with permission. There isn’t anything particular in this section that you’ll miss, but it’s nice hiking. Very nice hike around the reservoir. You'll get scenic views of Jamestown Reservoir the entire length while enjoying rolling terrain with minimal elevation change. 80 route for gas stations and a Dunkin once getting on 513. We were bored. This was eroded, wet, and hard to follow in a few spots when we last hiked it. Travel past Jacobs Road and Timberbrook Road. Loved this trail, great to park at Wildcat ridge when its not packed. The trail is not badly marked but if you don’t pay attention and look for a white trailblazers you may get lost. [Four Birds Trail (WHITE) continues straight, there are yellow signs]. The trail also provides access to the Split Rock Mountain Trail System from Lake Champlain. Not for beginners. Great trail, blazes were mostly easy to follow. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these at no cost to you. Trail Map (on right side click “WCRmap.pdf” and print out the 3 reservoir sections) Splitrock Reservoir only, on lettersize page (The reservoir portion combined from detail pages; from GoneHikin Blog) Overview Map; Parking: 40.96252, -74.45800. Make a right onto Greenpond Rd. Turn right at the paved Gitchi-Gami Trail and stay on this trail for 0.3 mile. Village emergency services uses the number system on the map to identify locations. 5.6 – Keep following Four Birds Trail (WHITE) straight [RED goes left and right]. (Hiking) ESTADOS UNIDOS - NEW JERSEY / NEW YORK - Palisades Interstate Park. [Option: Turn left on Charlottesburg Rd and take that back instead of the trail]. Alot of trees down, easy to go off trail, plan accordingly and bring a battery bank so you don't get lost without the app. I probably only hiked about 3 miles. Beautiful points near the water! There is a man-made dam on the southwest end of the reservoir. Ignore any blue blazes in the area. The route of the Bruce Trail can change. I would actually rate the trail as hard based on the downed trees. The trail moves up and ascends Riley's Rise and meets up with the Split Rock Trail (blue blazes). Lots of blow-downs made the going more tedious, but the weather was gorgeous, so who are we to complain. Continue following Four Birds Trail (WHITE) as it follows closer to the reservoir. there were many downed trees on the trail. Keep Your Park Clean : Through the Carry-In/Carry-Out Program you can help us keep the parks clean and beautiful by carrying out the trash you carry in. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. This was an excellent hike but be sure to have your phone and GPS! Click here to download the Trails Brochure. I hiked a few days after Tropically Storm Isaias and there were several trees down blocking the trail. It’s on the right hand side almost half a mile up from the parking lot. This also means you can give this challenging hike a shot and bail out early if you’ve had it. The trail is a two-mile (3.2-km) loop and total elevation gain is approximately 150 feet (46 m). TRAIL HIGHLIGHTS Split Rock River Loop Trail 4.5-mile loop Hilly • Rocky • Boardwalks The rugged footpath on this popular section of the Superior Hiking Trail passes … Nice wander but not that close to the water. 9.8 – Continue following Splitrock (BLUE) as it crosses Charlottesburg Rd for the final time. No description for Split Rock trail has been added yet! This cuts 2.1 miles of steep hiking off the route. Split Rock Road, Rockaway , NJ 07866. Turn right on the Split Rock Trail. 4/28/18 – re-hiked; description updated. Only Car top watercraft is permitted providing it … Scramble up a hill immediately. We’ve done this loop in both directions and think it’s better clockwise (the directions below) because that puts the “easier” rocky woods road sections (Charlottesburg Rd) at the end. The trail is only a 20 minute drive from Uptown Saint John. Split Rock River Waterfall - 1 mile round trip; Split Rock River Canyon Loop - 5 miles; Little Two Harbors Trail - 2 mile round trip; Top of Day Hill - 1.4 miles round trip ; Corundum Mine Trail View - 3.8 miles round trip I hiked there in the winter and it seemed to be more interesting. The second half of the hike was fairly easy. 0.5 – Watch for the blazes, and Turn RIGHT to start following Four Birds Trail (WHITE). From the south, alternate: 287N to Rt 80 W to exit 37 for Rt 513/Green Pond Rd. Turn right on an SHT spur trail to Split Rock Lighthouse State Park. Split Rock road seemed to be in good shape 8/2020 was full of decent sized potholes 4/2018. Not much wildlife to been seen either. 6.8 – Continue following Splitrock (BLUE) as it crosses Charlottesburg Rd (an eroded woods road that is unmarked). Signs are posted – C NT – Course Map . This area is now covered by Jersey Highlands Trails map set and is what should be used. The numbers on the map correspond to numbered trail markers within the woods. This trail was recommended to us and we were not all that thrilled with it. Mostly walking through woods along the Split River. The trail can be difficult to follow at times. Description. If you are traveling from elsewhere the exit may be different, so you’ll want to check directions from where you are. Immerse yourself in iconic North Shore scenery. Related terms: lake, tank Water. Will come back. There was a rope to help with the crossing as of our last hike, but we’d had rain so it was still difficult. Some which are in bette shape than the actual trail. The white trail [also marked with red circle blazes, black blazes and dark blue blazes] takes you directly to Charlottesburg Road [another old woods road] along Split Rock Reservoir. The trail skirts Misty Pond with a beaver dam out in the middle of it. Also Known As: Solitrock Pond, Solitrock Reservoir, Split Rock Pond, and Splitrock Pond. The hike is just over 2 miles with minor ups and downs, and offers a mini “best-of” scenery tour, with some of the best rock viewing including Face Rock. 2.0 – Limited viewpoint over the reservoir. Always cool when you get to meet the locals! This is a vigorous hike best for those who like a long hike. Park here and then walk up the rd just past power lines and trail will cross Splitrock Rd. https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/new-jersey/splitrock-reservoir-trail Mostly in the woods. Follow Greenpond Rd to Hebernia rd. That said it is easy to get lost because there are well worn trails that are not on the map. Poorly marked trails, especially around rocks. Most of the cars in the parking lot seem to belong to kayakers. This is a popular trail with bikers, so keep a look out as you hike along the short twisting singletrack loop. The Split Rock Trail took us up about 300 vertical feet in 0.5 miles, landing us on top of the rock outcropping with spectacular views of the reservoir from above about 6.25 miles into our day. This white trail will take you back to Split Rock Rd. Just past dam there is a DEP lot. There is a large rock slab to take a break on (but little shade). Submit one here. Optional add-on: Unmarked side trail on the right leads to two viewpoints at the water’s edge. We heard Splitrock Reservoir was a beautiful hike, so we decided to drive up. This mountain bike primary trail can be used uphill primary and has a moderate overall physical rating with a 91 ft blue climb. Overall it was worth going, but I doubt I will do it again. Updates: 7/2020 – Added photos, minor tweaks. Upper Hibernia Road Green Pond Road (County Route 513) Split Rock Road Lyonsville Road Car Top Boat Launch and Parking Area Splitrock Reservoir Access Site 0 0.4 0.8 1.2 1.60.2 Miles Splitrock Reservoir Trail is a 18.7 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near Rockaway, New Jersey that features a lake and is rated as moderate. [Note: Just before the road, the map shows an unmarked trail that leads back to the lot but we didn’t see it, so instead of bushwhacking around looking we decided to use the road as usual. Left on Lyonsville. Great views of the reservoir. OVERLOOK TRAIL 3.0 miles – Jamestown Reservoir – Trail head at entrance to swimming area, goes north – C NT – Course Map . Splitrock (BLUE) skirts near the reservoir. The island can be a nice stop if you bring a picnic lunch. Easy to miss. The views were great! The trail is often times overgrown and had many diversions due to the fallen trees. Be prepared for this to take closer to 7.5 hours, especially if you are taking breaks. If you don’t want to chance the toilet not being there or prefer a real bathroom… use the alternate Rt. Still a good, challenging hike!! [YELLOW starts to the left and follows a woods road to Durham Pond]. Split Rock Loop Trail . Right on Meridian. If you are not paying attention you could end up on a long detour or even lost. The Split Rock trail is a fascinating and at times challenging 2-hour short walk located on the southern outskirts of Meander. Trail Blog: “Splitrock Reservoir Loop on Labor Day“Hiked: 11/2/08. 4.2 – Another view of the reservoir off to the right, on an open rocky point. July 10, 2020 / NJ Hiking, North NJ / Challenging Hikes, Lake, Morris, Scrambling, Viewpoint. There is about 20 spots to in the parking area and parking lot. Views of the reservoir from the bridge, through a chain link fence. Leaving from the Meander Falls car park, this rewarding trail incorporates rugged sandstone cliffs, dense rainforests, wild boulder fields and gorgeous waterfalls. There may be an orange ribbon on a tree. It was incredible seeing the reservoir up close on the west side from the Four Birds Trail, then seeing it from far above on the Split Rock Trail. More than expected views of the water. There are several unmarked trails or woods road in the area which we haven’t marked or noted, just stick to the blazed trails. Current as of October 2015. I did the full loop starting at the parking lot near the damn and going clockwise. Either way requires a dusty road walk at the beginning and end of the hike. Turned around when I came upon a TON of deer about 2 miles down trail (15+). The reservoir and surrounding land is owned by the State of New Jersey and the public may access the water body for fishing and kayaking only from the public access parking area located near the dam. Cross Split Rock Creek on a culvert bridge. Trail Map: You can purchase the Trail Conference Map 125 here: NJ/NY Trail Conference Map 125 or view this map: Split Rock Reservoir Trail Map Here is a picture we took of our Map 125: (Note: the trail on this map is red but it is actually the Blue Trail marked by circle "B". Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. 9/10/15 – Description updated, GPX added. We’ve kept the links to these other map sources but they are not as up-to-date: Split Rock Road, Rockaway , NJ 07866. On the way out, within half a mile of the lot, we did stumble on a bear and three cubs - what a sight! The trail will take you along the reservoir, over ledges, on mountain tops. There are sections where the trail is NOT well marked. The reservoir is three miles from end to end, with many large islands. Split Rock Reservoir is adjacent to the park. SPLIT ROCK TRAIL 1.8 miles – Jamestown Reservoir – Trail head at entrance to swimming area, goes south – C NT – Course Map . Split Rock is a 2,175 ft popular blue singletrack trail located near Chattanooga Tennessee. Park in the lot and walk on the road past the bridge. Make a left onto Splitrock rd. Currently closed. You will need the app and likely an extra battery if you are tracking yourself. https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/arkansas/crack-in-the-rock-trail shoreline, Split Rock River, and Gold Rock Point. Wildlife abounds in the area, especially song birds. Several rock-hop water crossings that can be tricky when water is high, though there is a rope now on the hardest two. Trail Map ... Desert ferns are often found in rock crevices or at the bases of boulders (keep an eye out on the left side of the trail), where they … Stay on Charlottesburg Rd instead. The reservoir is surrounded by woods and can be reached by traveling a mile on a dirt road known as Split Rock Road. We've kayaked all the way to the end, but a breeze in the afternoons can make it VERY tiring on the way back. Lots of downed trees blocking trail. 10.9 – Turn RIGHT onto Splitrock Road and follow that back to the lot. Turkey Mountain Via Yellow and Green Trail, Splitrock Road to Hawk Watch via Four Birds Trail, Lucy Overlook via Blue and White Trail Loop, Turkey Mountain Blue, Green and Yellow Trail Loop, Four Birds Trail to Hibernia Brook Trail Loop, Wildcat WMA, Graffiti Cliffs, and Four Birds Trail Loop, Pyramid Mountain County Natural Historic Area, Wildcat Ridge State Wildlife Management Area. Turn at the first right onto Green Pond Road. The viewpoints are nice but the trail had trash and an old car. Guidelines. Finding the trail was a bit challenging, as it wasn’t obvious from the parking area. Overall not much to see besides woods and vies of the reservoir. Beautiful scenery and easy trail. The trails weave all over the area. Discover trails like Splitrock Reservoir Trail New Jersey, find information like trail length, elevation, difficulty, activities, and nearby businesses. OVERVIEW: Road – Four Birds Trail (WHITE) to Splitrock (BLUE ) – Road. Please bring a biodegradable bag with you when visiting to take your trash home. NOTE: The parking area at Split Rock Reservoir is closed until July 27, 2020. A good portion of it follows a fire road. The trail is quite exposed in places and comes close to the cliff edge so use caution. Follow it for 1.0 mile and enjoy views of Lake Superior and Split Rock Lighthouse. 2.2 – The trail turns right and is blazed as such but the trail looks like it continues straight so we manage to blow past this turn and then go “wait did we miss something?”… every time. Introduction. Very rocky, with the relentless minor elevation changes typical of Highlands terrain; some scrambling. The reservoir and surrounding natural area were opened to the public on November 21, 2003. Couple of good views, but that’s it - not much for 11 miles. North Rim Trail is a 2.8-mile trail which connects with the Lewis Clearing Bay Trail at the 0.2-mile mark and climbs 260 feet in the first 1.7 miles to summit of Split Rock Mountain before … Pretty boring. through deep hardwood forests, as well as swamps. Turn right on the Split Rock Trail. Map and description (c) Bruce Trail Conservancy. 0.9 – Cross a large wet area that can can be a little tricky when the water is high. The Split Rock Trail in Joshua Tree is one of those hikes that packs a lot of scenery into a small package. 6.3 – Climb a short steep section to arrive at Indian Cliffs with fantastic views over the reservoir and of Misty Pond. 3.2 – A rocky piece of land jutting out into the water a bit and connected by a rock hop that makes a nice break spot. The side trail continues east, around the private property and house on the 2nd line, and slightly north, before it ends back at the Splitrock side trail, where you’ll turn to your left (north) to retrace the hike, past the Narrows side trail on your right, and the meadow on your left, before ending back at the parking lot. On average it takes 5 minutes to complete this trail. Trail entry is through the Farny Natural Area. After starting the hike, you actually turn left onto Split Rock Road and walk over a dam to get to the beginning of the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference trail. No street number, a dirt lot off of Split Rock Rd. This often fills up and if it is, you are out of luck…. Split Rock mountain biking trail in Leominster State Forest, Massachusetts. 7.1 – Turn RIGHT to continue on Splitrock (BLUE) as it follows Charlottesburg Rd. The reservoir is long and narrow, with an island at about the halfway point. 0.0 – With your back to the lot, turn RIGHT and walk down the dirt road and over a bridge. Also will need to cross a quarter mile long vehicle-only bridge at the end, if going counterclockwise, Beautiful trail well marked! This trail leads downhill for 0.8 mile and crosses Highway 61. We hiked only to the first highest point and then returned. Pick up the directions at 9.8 below by turning RIGHT back onto Splitrock (BLUE). Map: This area is now covered by the Jersey Highlands Trails map set – this is the best bet. Lots of prettier areas in the region. Don’t turn left just after the viewpoint, that’s not the BLUE trail. I think the trail is better marked than people give it credit for. Portable toilet in the parking lot, as of 8/2020. The trail can be difficult to follow at times. Artificially impounded body of water. After about four miles from the parking lot, you reach a trail junction with the Winnebago Trail and a very rocky section at the north end of the reservoir. Awesome hike. Detailed trail descriptions can be found in the The New Jersey Walk Book. Optional add-on: Not long after, you may spot a large stone bridge and a stream far off to the left (likely only spot it if the leaves are down). July 6 to “the week of July 27th”. 4.5 – Keep following Four Birds Trail (WHITE) straight. The trail climbs to a limited view across the reservoir of the open rock area of Indian Cliffs… where you are headed next. From the south: 287N to exit 43, at the end of the ramp turn left, then right onto Fanny Rd to Powerville, left on Valley, right on Rockaway Valley, stay left onto Split Rock and follow to parking lot. Not much too see. There are times when blazes are missing for a while, but the trail leaves little doubt where to go. 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