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Fahrradtouren
3 days ago

Beautiful, easy bike trail with nice stops along the way. Can't wait to do it again.

Absolute great trail! Be prepared for mud no matter the weather. Several springs keep the track wet, and many look like hog wallows, but overall some great views, nice pitches, and many great campsites along the way! Did the entire 10.6 miles but phone died at the BB trailhead.

This is a very fun trail.

wandern
schlammig
16 days ago

Really easy trail! Only issues was there was mud. But we saw 4 armadillos!!! Great for dogs! Make sure they are on a leash because there are traps off the trail!

gehen
24 days ago

Really nice walk on a really nice day. We saw only two other groups the time we were there. The trail was mostly dry and we saw maybe 20 armadillos and tracks for raccoons and deer. The trail maps do not show how the trails connect for a loop so we went out and back.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
24 days ago

Started at parking lot and went 3.5 miles and camped out(hammock friendly) then back the next day for a short trip to test out some new gear. Super muddy no water access on that section.

Really nice trail, there’s been a lot of repairs done since last time I came here. Bridges were built and trails cleaned up.

It was misty rain when we went but the Gorge Run trail was in great condition and well marked. This would be a great place to take kids and spend the entire day as they have plenty of areas for play, fishing, picnicking. We will definitely go back. I would rate this trail easy versus moderate.

wandern
schlammig
sturmholz
1 month ago

a lil rough at times but no worries. awesome

Great trail. We hiked the whole loop. The road walk is boring. A couple of water crossings on the loop. Nice camping spots along the way. We picked a spot on a point that had nice some nice views!

This trail was beyond beautiful and I definitely would love to go again. It offers a variety of terrain, from hills to sand.

One of if not the best trail to hike in southeast Louisiana or south Mississippi. Terrific variety of bottomland and upland. Saw almost every typical southeastern U.S. tree there is, and lots of birds. To get into the actual gorge you hike along a relatively short boardwalk. I like the length of the hike (I did 6 miles because I did a few side trail excursions), and I always like loops better than out-and-backs. I hiked in late fall (a sunny early December day), and it was plenty dry, but I can imagine there are times when you'll get your feet wet, and other times when some parts of the trail will be impassable due to water. And, I'll definitely bring bug spray when I go back during warmer seasons. Overall a great hike. 5-stars compared to other Gulf Coastal Plain hikes, but I only gave 4-stars, because, hey, I save the 5-stars for trails with mountain vistas.

Nice long trail, but poorly marked. Fall leaves on the ground makes it hard to pick up the trail when crossing creeks. Could use some trail maintenance to address this. Overall I enjoy this trail, but will be planning spring hikes only in future as a result of the lack of blazes. Also, hunting/gun shooting allowed in the area. When calling the National Forest office they warned me of this and suggested not using trail on many dates I was interested in going, so this limits availability/access to this trail.

wandern
brücke geschlossen
1 month ago

We were on horseback. The trail was quite well marked with blue spots on trees. Then came a Y in the trail that wasn't marked. The problem is that the app shows left, and the trail has now moved. We ended up with the trail with blue marks again but it led us to a wooden bridge. That bridge was broken and washed to the side. Would have worked for a hiker but not horses. The app route doesn't even show that crossing. We had to turn back. Hopefully it will be fixed soon.

wandern
käfer
schlammig
2 months ago

Awesome trail. My phone said 6.5 miles after I finished. Not sure if that’s accurate but it definitely took a while to get back to the trail head after passing the 4.5 mile marker.

Great trail! Was either gravel or sand and at points close to the road in the state park. Lots of different sights - the creek, forests, and the gorge area. A couple of confusing signs on the trail but all in all, very impressed with how maintained it was. Would do again for sure.

Hiked the trail today with the Louisiana Hiking Club. Weather was perfect, the new bridge built by the LHC. eliminates a hazardous stream crossing. The trail is well marked and well maintained. The park has an equestrian trail and mountain bike trail, so there is very little crossover, tho horses are banned from the bike & hiking trail.

Another great hike, weather was awesome. Trails were well marked and I would rate this one easy.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
2 months ago

I take this trail in order to get to the backbone trail, it ties into the backbone at a “tee” near a place I call the oak cluster. At the start, it can be a bit muddy even if there has been no rain for a while, the trail sort of acts as a drainage in the beginning so it’s always a little soft. This is also a popular trial for horseback riders, so if you get unlucky and hike behind them be prepared for horse ruts and tons of horse shit. This trail catches a lot of flak from hikers but I think it’s one of the cooler short trails in the wilderness area. After about the first 1/4 mile, there’s a side trail on your right, if you take it, it will bring you wrapping around some of the best vistas in the area, as well as some fire rings if you want to take a short hike to camp. Wildlife is watching is good on this trail in the early hours, I’ve seen bucks, does, pigs, and a legit tarantula once. This is a great little trail and if you take this one and hike it until it turns into the backbone trail, you’ll be about 45 mins from the best camping spots and coolest vista on the backbone. With it being one of the shorter wilderness trails a lot of people use it, so help us keep Louisiana’s most unique landscape clean and free of litter. Pack it in, pack it out.

Great trail lots of shade and beautiful views. The trail is well maintained and easy to use. It is the best trail in the area. Some suggestions: more garbage cans along the way just a few more. Some people don’t have a problem dumping their trash and this takes away from the beauty and a few more trash cans might help this.It is not a lot of trash but still I pick up what I see and put in my backpack till I hit the trash can.I mainly use gorge trail and it is challenging but very doable and I am nearly 60. I would like more trails and the bikers who go by very fast to use the bike trails as I hike with 3 dogs, or at least slow down to let you step aside. More hiking trails would be really nice as I am there weather permitting 3 / week or more. Overall love love love it. A chance to unwind and get good exercise.

wandern
überwachsen
3 months ago

Great trail - plenty of places to rest, cool and shady some maple trees and the bunkers were cool

wandern
sturmholz
3 months ago

Fantastic over night trial. I didn't finish all of it as a novice, but it's be totally doable for someone in shape.

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