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Well, it is the state highpoint!
Signal Hill on Magazine Mountain, the highest point in the state at 2753'. is a destination point for many state visitors enjoying the surrounding forests and various local wineries in the state. There are some notably scenic hikes within the park boundaries worthy of a day's venturing, and some adjacent lakes providing additional recreational opportunities.
Cove Lake Trail: drops 9.5 miles from the top of the mountain down to Cove Lake.
North Rim Trail: 2.7 miles along the top of the bluff on the north side of the mountain.
Will Apple's Road Trail: 1.6 miles through dense forest.
Bear Hollow Trail: 2.8 miles along the east rim... with some impressive views.
Mossback Ridge Trail: 2.1 miles along the southern side of the mountain.
...and a variety of short connecting trails that allow for a multiplicity of connecting and looping routes.
Check in with the Ranger Station upon entering the park to get an idea of the variety of available distractions.
This is a state park, camping fees are collected.
Check out the Triplogs.
This hike is listed as One-Way.
When hiking several trails on a single "hike", log it with a generic name that describes the hike. Then link the trails traveled, check out the example.