E J. on Forest Point Trail
Nice, short, wooded trail. A very easy walk on a flat path loop through the woods. To get to the trail, park in the lowest parking area (the first driveway on the left after you drive in off of Quick Road. Walk behind the octagon pavilion and all the way across the huge field to the very back. The path breaks into a loop just a short walk from the edge of the field.
Did this one right after wetmore bridal trail. Even more hilly than that one, but a very enjoyable hike. Some road noise heard, but very minor. To add another 2.5 miles you can keep looping around and do the cross country trail. This really is a beautiful and interesting walk. But seriously, be ready frontier hills!
Great trail. This entry actually counts both the Salt Run Trail and the Lake Trail (also listed separately as Kendall Lake Loop) together. You can do just one or the other, if you want. I did both and it came in right at about 5 miles total, 3 and some change for Salt Run and 1 and some change for the Lake trail. A lot of good elevation change on Salt Run, but also some mostly level sections on which to catch your breath. I had a great time.
There is also a shortcut about halfway through if you want to do a shorter Salt Run loop.
I'm not sure what loop that would be 2.3 miles this refers to. The Haskell Run trail itself is about half a mile, and it connects to the Ledges trail, which is itself 2.2 miles. The Haskell Run trail is nice, if a bit short. There's an old 18th century cemetery full of wildflowers near the trailhead, and the trail has a nice incline to it and takes you through some beautiful vegetation.