dogs on leash
cross country skiing
This trail runs perpendicular to several main roads in the area so you'll have to cross traffic every mile or so, but the in between parts are lovely. There's a stream near part of it, bridges and the back of houses. You'll meet people walking their dogs and biking on here often.
Nice little trail. The longest trail is NOT a loop, it is a there and back trail for a total of about 6 miles. The check in location is the nature center (if you want to check in on the app). The trail is crushed limestone/dirt with bits of it paved at crossings. There are mosquitoes due to the water in the area. There are a few horse properties in the area that you can see from the trail but you have to look for them. There is a rustic campground with nice pit potties and there are also several trails that do loop off the main trail.
One of my favorite trails, it is one of the more difficult trails in this area, it is also very fun. The hike up and down the canyons is well worth the extra effort. As other had said the mosquitoes are bad at the bottom, be sure to bring bug spray.