Follow that road past two stone monuments until arriving at an intersection with a tall granite marker in the middle.
From that intersection, walk due South until you come to a paved road on the left (0.9 mile from the Grange).
Turn left on that road, bearing 80, taking it to its end (1.6)
Turn left, bearing 330, taking that road to its end at a paved highway.
Turn left bearing 240 on the highway, then bearing right276 past the schoolhouse (2.9), taking that road to its end at another paved highway.
Walk along that highway 344 about 2000 ft until you reach a road on the left that goes uphill (Delwin Dr).
Turn left onto that road, walking 280 uphill until the paved road turns left.
Take that left to the end and turn left again gong downhill (Henry Rd). Follow that road back to the paved highway.
Turn right on the paved highway. There will be a cemetery on the left.
Enter the cemetery on the gravel path immediately South of the sign "Walnut Hill Cemetery".
Take that gravel path to the end. Turn right, going approximately 120 ft. Turn left and follow the path to a light brown (tan) garage.
From the garage, go 160 through the woods to a tarpaper shack.
From the Shack, go 132 out the gate to a paved road.
Turn right and follow the road to the end which returns you to a paved highway.
This time, take the highway 164 to the point of beginning at the Grange.
TROOP 58 FIVE-MILE HIKE #2
Over the River and Through the Woods
Starting at Wescustogo Grange Hall:
Walk 164 along Route 115.
Bear slightly right past 2 stone monuments, continue to an intersection with a tall granite marker in the middle (0.4 mi.).
From that intersection, walk 210 along a paved road until you arrive at a four-way intersection (1.4 mi.). At this intersection in an interesting stone boundary marker in the traffic island. (What does this represent?)
Walk approx. 226 along a paved road, past the Scoutmaster's house to Hillcrest Drive.
Turn left on Hillcrest, take it to the end.
Turn left on a paved road to the end (2.4 mi.)
A short dirt path takes you to another paved road.
Take that paved road roughly North until it reaches Greely Road.
Take Greely Road 142 until you reach a paved road on the left.
Turn left on that road, walking past gravel pits on both sides. After the gravel pits labeled AH Grover is a yellow gate. Next to the gate is a marked snowmobile trail under a 3-strand electric power line.
Take the snowmobile trail. The trail goes downhill, crosses a bridge, and then back uphill, continuing under the power line. It then reaches a steep ravine and turns left.
The trail continues briefly through woods, bears right in the woods, then downhill and across a second bridge. It then goes back under the power line.
Follow the trail past a house with natural wood siding to a gravel road which goes right25 and follows an old railroad grade.
Follow that road along the railroad grade until it ends at a paved road.
Take that paved road roughly East a few yards to another paved road.
Take that road North, following it to the point of beginning at the Grange.
TROOP 58 FIVE-MILE HIKE #3
All this, and Only 5 Miles??
Starting at Wescustogo Grange Hall:
Leave the Grange, walking along the main road bearing 315.
Continue to the first road on the right.
Bear 85 on that road, following it until the next intersection with a paved road.
At that intersection, bear 40. A schoolhouse will be on your left. Continue for another 0.2 miles at which you will come to a dirt road on the right.
Bear 190 and follow the dirt road. After 0.6 miles along this road, it turns to Blacktop
(How does it do that??)
Continue following the dirt road as it turns and bears to 244, then until it comes to an intersection with the main road (Rt. 115),
Bear 180 along this main road, heading South until the first road on the right after the "Milestones" sign.
Bear 225, following the road as you pass a gravel pit on your left, and then another on your right.
At Greely Road, bear 295 until you arrive at an intersection with an interesting stone boundary marker in the traffic island. (What does this represent?)
Follow Route 9, bearing 364 until the junction with Rt. 115.
From the 9-115 junction, continue on a 380 course until arriving at a fork in the road.
(Rarely are spoons and knives found in the road.)
At the fork, bear 380. Pass 4 buildings on the left.
Bear 270 on a paved drive, passing 4 small buildings on the right.
Bear 360 on a gravel road
Continue back to the point of beginning at the Grange.