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wandern
abseits des Weges
schlammig
überwachsen
1 day ago

Pretty sure that the person who made these paths was toking up. It’s all over the place and often not marked. That said, still a fun adventure with my family.

wandern
schlammig
1 day ago

wandern
1 day ago

very simple trail. couple porta potties along the way. Very beautiful place especially during the weekdays to just BE. lots of history and gorgeous hiking along the James! get off the couch and come have fun chiefUNcut YouTube

wandern
ausgewaschen
abseits des Weges
schlammig
scrambling
2 days ago

wandern
ausgewaschen
schlammig
überflutet
2 days ago

Mountainbiking
2 days ago

Beautiful trail and scenery, technical at times but very fun. Must use proper bikes. First time bikers, make sure you know how to utilize your gears, otherwise it will be a long day. It was nearly empty but it was a weekday. Stay with A trail if you are not interested in jumps. My son and his buddy rode the trail with their BMX bikes, brave boys! Recommend it definitely. Easy parking, convenient club house and addition to all that, historic sites a treat.

wandern
3 days ago

Nice little wilderness hike. I didn't see anyone else (apart from a few white tailed deer), but in January with a chance of rain forecast that's not unexpected. there is parking on the side of the road for about half a mile up from the marked start. There was a little trash here and there and a downed tree a little after 2 miles but again, it is off season.

wandern
3 days ago

For a running trail it’s great. However, stroller friendly and partially paved gross overestimations of the quality of this trail. Will come back eventually but not til my little one can walk.

wandern
3 days ago

Great trail my daughter and I pushed a stroller and did fine probably would be better with an all terrain stroller. The hike was listed as 3.8 miles but my tracker ended up at 4.8. So just be aware. As others have said about half way through the hike you end up in a neighborhood and have to pass a school and playground but then you hop back into the park setting quickly. We really enjoyed all the water views. Not too busy in January.

the trail is not as marked on the app...found something resembling a trail...it was only about 1 mile total. nothing marked nothing cleared.

wandern
eisig
schlammig
steinig
7 days ago

Completed this trail on 1/19/2020. Trail started out as a 5/5 and ended as a 3/5. The beginning half was a steady incline up to the lookout tower. Some parts of the trail was very icy with jagged rocks. We met other hikers whom have turned around - but we continued on. The lookout was fantastic; beautiful 360 views of the valley. The latter half of the trail was unimpressive. Very muddy orange clay. Horses also use this trail..so there were a lot of horse dung everywhere. It was gross. I would recommend hikers bring an extra pair of shoe in the car. You’re going to want to switch shoes after the hike...unless you like horse crap and mud all over your car.

We rode this on horseback. Beautifully conditioned trail. Not that difficult with about two miles of round rocks at the end.

Incredible views and just enough challenge to make it worth it. The entrance to the trail isn’t particularly well marked in the parking lot off 220 but otherwise a great day hike!!

This is a nice place to hike. I added the Valentine Edwards loop at the end & really enjoyed that trail.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
8 days ago

Great day for a ride the rain kept folks from coming out, only saw two other people riding today! Beautiful Cascades along the route, definitely enjoy the first 17 miles the most, more in the woods, also no rain till we started the second 17 miles from Demacus to Abington! Spotted several white tail deer and lots of water fowl!

We were so confused about how to access the trails at first - the map provided wasn’t super clear. Finally we pulled up the map in AllTrails to figure it out. This specific loop brings you down two connecting gravel roads. While it’s a nice walk through the woods, to get to more scenic spots you’ll want to branch off onto connecting trails, like the Otter Point Trail and Indian Creek Trail. Our son was anxious to get to the playground in parking lot 4 (which also hosts the Molly Mitchell Trailhead) so we didn’t get in too deep - stuck to Deer Island and Shuttle Trail gravel roads. Very relaxing, flat walk through the woods. We saw a few groups in passing since it was Saturday. Lots of dog walkers and folks fishing at the main entrance. We had to move over to allow a couple of park ranger trucks that were patrolling the gravel roads. I wouldn’t consider this a secluded, at one with nature kinda hike. Multiple benches and power boxes line the loop and you can take a break to picnic, as there are tables scattered here and there. We did see a beautiful, pileated woodpecker and crossing the bridges was fun for our 4-year-old son. Playtime at the playground was a special treat for him after hiking over 2 miles.

on Belle Isle Trail

gehen
9 days ago

Great trail with large loop that covers riverfront, wooded and large rocks over a stream. Good place to bring your dog also.

Decent place to go on an evening stroll or mountain bike. trails can be very technical

went off onto the orange trail. highly recommend. lots of road noise, so that part is meh.

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