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It's a little difficult in places once you get past the swing bridge, but other than that, it's awesome! So is the view!

27 days ago

If you're close by, there's no reason not to do this trail. It's great for getting your head into the woods. There are lots of great trails around here, but they don't downplay what this one offers - a pretty creek and accessibility.

Absolutely beautiful!!!!

2 months ago

beautiful views!!!!!

This is a new trail I tried, and enjoy a lot. The hike was a blast on the way there, and the view from Edward's Point is unbelievable!

2 months ago

Great! I'm ready to go back! It was challenging in places for my dog but the scenic views are worth it!

Make sure to take water, a few caves to crawl into to take snack breaks, all around good place.

Great experience here despite it being 85 degrees. Drought has all but dried up everything completely.

This was a lot of fun. Fairly difficult for our kids and dog but worth the time. The rope bridges and water made this hike great.

Nice for a suburban path love the bridges and hemlocks

3 months ago

Great day! Hiked with my son today. Beautiful views from the point. Wish people would stop leaving their trash on the trail. About time to have A cleanup day.

Very nice hike around the lake an on to Edwards Point. Not very difficult but take plenty of water.

This trail is definitely a moderate hike. I enjoyed every bit of it; furthermore, I believe that the view is well worth the trek. It may seem to take a long time, but once you get to Edward's Point you will for get about the climb.

In the words of the positive country artist Scott Brown...

"It ain't easy in the valley,
but it makes the mountain sweet.
You can see a new tomorrow
from the mountain peak.
Though the climb is rough and rugged
you will face a brighter day,
'cause you know the mountaintop
is not far away."