Raven Run Red Trail is a 5.6 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Lexington, KY that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Not too strenuous but crosses lots of different topography. Overlook at the Kentucky River not to be missed. Very accessible to Lexington.
NO DOGS ALLOWED, BECAUSE THEIR PRESENCE WILL CHANGE THE PRESERVE...AS THE LITTLE GIRL FROM THERE EXPLAINED...I GUESS THERE ARE NO ANIMALS THERE THEN....DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME AND GAS COMING HERE
Awesome day awesome trails!!
Beautiful trail. Allow time to look around and enjoy the scenery. Some places along the trail get very muddy and some spots are quite narrow. A few rocky areas, too.
great trail didn't do orange trail have to go back and do it
My favorite trail to run. Challenging & scenic! The red loop is about 4.5 miles and diverse in elevation and terrain. You can add another loop to make 5.5 miles by taking the orange trail. Deer, turkeys and many beautiful water features!
This is a great trail. You get an overlook, a water feature, and a decent amount of ups and downs to work up a sweat. Beautiful in all seasons.
Nice trail. Bit too many people and no dogs allowed. Nice sights and worth the trip if you're local!
A good trail. It is just too heavily traversed, as are the pinnacles in Berea. let it have a break. we have thousands of miles of other trails in the state, of which, hundreds have little to no travel. I normally drive an hour or two, each way every weekend, finding new places to go, just as I find on this app.
I liked the main red trail but the orange trail was mostly meadow and not much to look at. Next time I'll probably just skip that part!
It was amazing
It was quite muddy after all the rain but made the streams and waterfalls that much better. Everything is well marked and would be hard to get lost.
Pretty little trail. Great view of the Kentucky River and pretty streams running along the trail in sections. Only downside is that this place can get VERY muddy. Especially at the tail end of winter into spring.