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wandern
15 days ago

this is not a trail, it's actually a river used for canoeing.

wandern
1 month ago

Beautiful once you get to the river, but you have to pass through a logging zone to get there unfortunately.

Fun loop, views of Lake Michigan

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schlammig
schnee
2 months ago

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kein schatten
2 months ago

All paved trail that loops through Greenville. Great for beginners and family oriented walks or for a decent run.

Hemlock Crossing 3.1 mile 10-28-19

Lots of elevation changes. A few of the wooden bridges were washed out from recent rains so we had to maneuver around them taking us off trail. Beautiful hike!!

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schlammig
2 months ago

wandern
2 months ago

This is actually a great trail to hike. It's hard to find the beginning of the trail because the directions want to take you to Trout Lake campground, but really you want to go to Hoister Lake. There you will find a small parking area and the beginning of the trail system. iys pretty well marked from there. It is a bit of a challenging hike because of all the downed trees but its definitely worth it. Great for fall views.

wandern
2 months ago

Loop isn't signed. Very marshy, ended up going straight uphill!

Beautiful variety of scenery with a fair amount of moderate hills in the ridge trail section.

Nice easy trail, beautiful scenery.

wandern
3 months ago

We hiked this trail today, taking the Thayer loop, for a total of 7 miles or so. Absolutely beautiful! Well marked signs, nice even trail, and gorgeous scenery. Several places have access to the river, which our dog enjoyed. A very nice mixture of hardwoods, which were stunning in their fall colors, and evergreens. Very easy hiking as far as elevation changes. The only negative we experienced was the presence of men with rifles - yep - hunters. I asked the first two we passed if it was a hunting season of some kind and was hunting allowed in the Mason Tract. He said it was grouse and deer season and we were on “public lands.” I was very surprised there wouldn’t have been a sign somewhere warning hikers. At our first trail marker, we passed a family of hikers with children. They didn’t mention the hunters, but we heard gun shots shortly after. We debated turning around but we were both wearing bright colors and I happened to have an orange rain jacket in my backpack, which I tied around my pack. We carried on and any time we heard the sound of guns, we shouted our presence. I guess locals know the seasons but I would have appreciated a warning sign! It began to rain on us the last mile or so but it was still pleasant and by then we were hot and happy to cool off. I will definitely come back!

wandern
schlammig
3 months ago

Great mushrooms, coral. Good rustic camping

One of my all time favorites. Easy access. Well maintained. A little bit of everything.

Perfect medium-difficulty trail for a nice 4-mile hike. I highly recommend starting at the Lower Falls and hiking up.... the brewery that awaited us at the top made it that much better.

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schlammig
3 months ago

I’ve hiked this trail 3 times now. It can be a little muddy in select spots. And of course during the spring months the mosquitoes can be quite terrible, so you may want to invest in some bug spray. The upper Falls are the more picturesque of the two and the lower falls you can swim in or soak your feet in. I’ve started at both the upper Falls and the lower falls before, and honestly don’t think I have any kind of preference. As for the hike, there are a lot of tree roots that you want to be mindful of. There’s a decent amount of climbing between the stairs and the hills, so you may want to bring trail mix or a power bar, and of course some water. If you like to stop and take pictures and enjoy the scenery, I would say give yourself at about 5-6 hours.

Nice easy ride to downtownSouth Haven. Had a glass of wine then an easy return. It had a few more street crossings than I would like and the streets are now covered with pea gravel.

wandern
3 months ago

the trail follows road routes, and intersects logging/access roads. markings not really clear. Study overall map before hike, especially if you intend on hiking the 9 miles. you'll have it pretty much to yourself, especially after the campground.

wandern
3 months ago

Marked well; great little hike. Minimal views of river.

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sturmholz
3 months ago

Easy flat well established trails

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käfer
3 months ago

I always try to visit this trail when I make my way to Greenville. The paths are wide and great for my 3 year old to ride his bike on!

Great for young kids. Loop trail very easy... place to have picnic too. Also a very awesome nature center. If you ask they will take the snake and turtles out to touch and hold.

love this trail! the steps are a bit of a challenge, but it's a great hike.

wandern
4 months ago

best trail ive been on in awhile.

wandern
4 months ago

Beautiful and not very busy! The paths and boardwalks are in GREAT condition, and there are lots of river overlooks with benches. Great for birding! There's also a kayak launch.

Mountainbiking
4 months ago

This ride on the Monday following Labor Day weekend so I imagine it is much busier during the summer vacation months. This was a relatively easy ride through beautiful property. We were riding hybrid mountain bikes. Western 1/3 is sandy gravel. Eastern 2/3 is well paved. Trail was flooded in one short section just west of Frankfort where we had to ride the shoulder for 1/4 mile. That part of the highway had only light car traffic. No bugs. Would ride this again.

Really liked this trail, but a lot of bikers. Some followed the trail sharing rules by announcing their approach (“two coming on the left”) which works great=exactly how it is supposed to work. However a lot of bikers sneak up without announcing their approach or making any noise. Hey bikers, lets make trail experience great for all by sharing the trail.

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