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Nice walk with my son and his dog...it was a little wet due to all the rain but still a nice walk. We will be back when it dries out!

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2 days ago

Walked this trail on an overcast Sunday afternoon. It's a completely wooded trail. Careful, the footbridges are slick when wet. The trail itself was not muddy despite the recent wet weather. Perfect length for acwet day.

nice view

easy trail with plenty to see. Trail is well-maintained, even in winter

trail running
4 days ago

Nice forest trail with distance, elevation, scenery and calmness.

Well-maintained, well-marked, and beautiful! One decent incline/decline which is nice training for more rigorous trails. The path felt remote but is still very accessible, which is ideal. Went on a Friday afternoon and only saw two others besides myself. Only disappointing part is that the trail is completely flooded by the river and attempting to press on would mean soaking your shoes and socks up to the ankle or higher. No big deal though, as you can just take the White trail back out to the trailhead. Love this park!!!

1.8 mile loop if you dont include pine grove trail which is 1.5 miles. Rocky. Goes by ice box cave. Park off truxell rd to octagon shelter parking. Weather cold 15 degrees.
Fred And Jayne

This is not a loop trail. It is a bike trail that runs from Norwalk, OH to Elmore, OH. There is pavement from the west side of Bellevue to Elmore. There is gravel from east side of Bellevue to Norwalk. There is no trail in Bellevue, you have to follow signs and take roads.

It's just a typical walk. Not worth driving more than 20 minutes to get to.

Some technical aspects, but overall not the most challenging hike. The views are amazing..... every hiker MUST make the climb to the top of the old fire tower.

Good hike to ease you into elevation changes, water crossing and ledge walking. Nothing too technical, but definitely a step above the average family walk in the park. Lots of beauty. Very secluded. Light traffic, not many people make the drive here.

Nice winter hike

Trail isn't marked very well.

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9 days ago

Wonderful quick hike while we were in the area and SO worth it. The rock house amazing. We will definitely be back!