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Jerimoth Hill, Foster

3.5
#12 of 14 in Trails in Rhode Island
Hiking Trail · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Jerimoth Hill (812 ft, 247 m) is the highest point in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. Located in the town of Foster in the northwest of the state, the site is used as an observatory. It is also a popular destination for highpointers, and prior to 2005 was known for being difficult to access due to a local landowner who prohibited entry.

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  • You go to Jerimoth Hill to say you did it, to say you reached a state high point. Park your car, walk a couple hundred feet and take some pictures on the rock that is the high point. There is no view....  more »
  • It's funny that you can hike up boulders gaining hundreds of feet of elevation to reach a high point that is devoid of marker or sign-in log, and then visit a high point like Jerimoth Hill that...  more »
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  • It's cool being a highpoint and all but that's really it. They do a good job of keeping the place clean. An easy highpoint to achieve!
  • It's a heck of a climb up this mountain but the view from the summit is grand.

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