This is my favorite place to go in the area. Many options for trails. Can make it a fairly quick hike or be wandering for hours. Great scenery and it's so big you hardly see people. Have seen deer and other animals so be mindful of that if you bring along your dogs.
We hiked clockwise from the parking area and had no trouble following the trail or finding blazes. . We turned around at the midway connector trail back to the parking lot (not blazed) so did not do the upper half. If appears as if the lower half was gps'ed but the upper half was simply drawn in as a :"route", so it may not be as accurate. Very rocky. Wear thick soled boots. GPS signals sometimes need time to find satellites and may "jump" when they are located. Very little bug action.
I was lost for 2.5 hours. The trails were very poorly marked and confusing as hell. I would recommend bringing a decent amount of water, protein, and a compass. I tried following the trail with this app and I still managed to get lost. My GPS signal kept jumping around.
Good trail with even a little rock climbing, nice views. Some of the trails were very rocky, can be tough on the feet for you or your dog, wear good shoes. Used bug spray and wore sunglasses, kept the gnats away except for buzzing in the ears. Seemed very buggy. Was able to follow the blue/red trails but in a few areas they weren't well marked, had to back track a couple of times.
Was a nice quick hike with a beautiful view. We went up and watched the sunset over the water. The trail was marked well. There is a trail that cuts through the middle of the loop that isn't marked but it's worn enough to see the trail the whole way down even in the dark.
Poorly marked trails. I thought I was lost until I used the apps map and seen I was on the right track. It's harder than I expected I was hoping to see a pond or some kind of water but I did not! You literal have to climb some rocks so make sure you wear some good shoes. I will be going again but in attempt to find the pond that I originally went for.