Beaver Trail is a 3.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Junction, Illinois that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from January until January. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This takes you near the southern end of the trail where it divides hiking from hiking/equestrian use. From Harrisburg, take Highway 34/145 south 6 miles, then continue on Highway 34 south for 9 miles. Turn east onto Karbers Ridge Road and go 9 miles to the recreation area entrance road. From Evansville, IN., take Highway 62 west & continue on IL. State Route 141 to Highway 1. Go south on Hwy 1 about 24 miles to Karbers Ridge Road, then west 2 miles to the recreation area entrance road.
Very scenic trail with lots of cool rock formations to explore. Started/ended at Rim Rock, multiple routes in the Rim Rock area
It should be noted that this trail is at Pounds Hollow or below the bluffs at Rim Rock. The easiest way to find it go to the beach at Pounds Hollow and walk to the other side via the sidewalk. The trail starts right there and is beautiful.
Could really be considered part of the Rim Rock trail, this portion is the lower portion along the creek and along pounds lake. Very pretty area's and well kept. The trial as marked here includes the Rim Rock trail.
Trail is easy to moderate except for one tough section where you have to climb (or descend) the cliff face. However,even this section is well marked with easy to cover stairs.
couldn't even find it. maybe it just hasn't been maintained, or maybe it's so "hard" it's impossible to follow.
Beaver has a hiking only component and an equestrian/hiking component. The trail south of Pounds Hollow (pine ridge) campground and lake, is the most scenic portion; its is a very scenic area. It follows the creek/small valley to Rim Rock Natural area and circles the "Pounds" below the bluff and allows access to the Rim Rock natural area and trail. This area is beautiful, very rugged and wild area. Camping at Pine ridge is a camping location when you hike this trail. You will not regret this one.