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as a new hiker it was hard to keep to the trail. I keep trying to do the loop but always end up turning back.

This was a beautiful trail! We went while it was snowing which made the many steep inclines a little tricky. Totally worth it and so fun. Loved the portion that went through the pine trees. Good trail marking as well! I can’t wait to go back during spring and fall.

I will definitely do this again but I can tell why almost every review says you'll get lost. It is maybe one of the worst blazed trail I have ever been and is the worst around the baseball fields. But I loved the hike and the challenging hills. When the elevation says it's going to go up just be ready to climb.

Great hiking trail, very well maintained and beautiful views, always something new to discover. My wife and I hike from Hells Hollow parking lot to McConnell's mills and back. I don't recommend hiking it in the winter, can be very dangerous. Early spring is usually muddy and U have a couple of small run off creeks to cross over.

18 days ago

Fun hike but trail not marked well, so when your hiking keep your eyes out the trail markers or you’ll get on the wrong trail fast.

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30 days ago

Good path for a run while in the area.

Nice trail - no blazes - I continued to Neshannock Falls. Will hike again.

Very fun hike! My wife, 10-year old daughter and I really enjoyed the varied elevations and beautiful views of the river. I would say the hike was really more of a moderate level, but a great time nonetheless.

This is a very strenuous challenge. Along the river was beautiful. Some of the small waterfalls were pretty. We went when the trail was snow covered in the morning & it warmed up to mid 40’s. Parts were extremely muddy & other parts were snow covered with ice underneath & very slick. I’m glad we did it but I would definitely wait for good weather. Lots of scrambling over rocks along the river. Prepare, plan ahead if you do the entire trail. It’s a long haul. I only recorded the second half on the way back from the bridge. Ended up being 12 miles & took us a total of 6 hours & 15 minutes of moving time.

1 month ago

Awesome waterfall! Very easy to get to. Have to be careful walking down to it though. It has been raining so the waterfall was really flowing. If you are in the area def recommend.

Awesome trail even during winter months, with friendly hikers and mountain bikers. A couple of well placed picnic tables to grab a snack. Probably moderate in difficulty.

Very hard to follow correct trail. Poorly marked route. But great hiking otherwise.

3 months ago

Easy trail for those with young kids. My 3 year old did the entire trail without stopping. My 2 year old could have walked it if she wanted but chose the easy ride in and out in the backpack. Trail is well marked and taken care of. There are wooden bridges over the stream crossings and a nice set of stairs that leads down to the waterfall base. Be prepared to get your feet a little wet if you hike in sneakers and want to go to the base. The stairs let you out in the stream so if it is at all high you’ll have wet feet. Looks like the area would be prone to flash flooding so be mindful of the weather and conditions before going to the base.

Great hike.. be sure to check out the falls! They are beautiful. This hike has a lot of hills and at some spots the path is alil rocky and a narrow! I will be doing that hike again!

3 months ago

This trail was a nice ending to a beautiful hike on a more difficult trail. Easy on the feet and great views of the calm waters was a welcomed treat. I particularly enjoyed the dedication bench along the way, and took a moment to reflect. ❤

3 months ago

The only portable toilet on the trail was so gross that i almost passed out when I opened the door. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is responsible.

3 months ago

Pretty easy trail, did the whole thing with wife and baby in stroller. There were a couple of parts where we had to lift the stroller a little. Got a few real scenic views. The waterfall at the end is small but still kind of cool. Nice, relaxing walk.

This is a gorgeous trail, and the sight and sound of the Slippery Rock Creek is wonderful. I would agree with the rating of difficult even though the climbing was only moderately hard. The terrain is very rough; you are dealing with constant rocks and roots and in November at least, slippery and muddy spots. I went only 9.5 miles total in and back, but due to bad knees and a herniated disk in my back, I was struggling the last couple of miles! Took me 5 hours to go from the Mill to almost Hell’s Run and back again. Highly recommended for more serious hikers.

I very nice hike. At times it was demanding, with some long climbs! This definitely was a moderate to hard hike for me-just like I like them! Beauty all around and well taken care of. Only got in 8.5 miles, but will do it again soon!!!

Beautiful & scenic trail along the river.

Enjoyed the sights and sounds along the trail !

Water in the falls was low. Would love to see it with a nice flow.

wonderful terrain. beautiful.

5 months ago

Great trail, a variety of terrain to give you good exercise and keep it interesting. We walked 4hr 15 min but stopped and backtracked a few times. We had a hard time finding where to get on the trail, but we asked someone and they gave us direction, since we lost service on our phones. Once we started, we soon ended up off the trail, but at a higher elevation, so we then used the map provided on this site to guide us along the trail. I have to say we would have been lost without it, and even with it it was a challenge, due to the many trails throughout. Regardless, its a great hike and fun if you enjoy the challenge (and lots of jumps for mountain bikers), just make sure you have gps on or at least download a map. The entire time we saw only 3 mountain bikers and 2 or 3 hikers. Will be back when the leaves have fallen to enjoy the view of the lake.

A bit too close to the road and some sort of business but overall a nice hike with one good climb going through a beautiful pine forest with thick fern undergrowth. An extra 0.5 mile nature loop was nice. Climbed the fire tower at the turn which was cool.

We hiked this trail as an out and back. It's is on the difficult side but not terrible. Make sure you give yourself plenty of time. It has some elevation changes but they are manageable with the switchbacks built into the trail. This trail is very well maintained. I was very impressed. You can hear slippery rock creek throughout the majority of this trail. This is part of the north country trail.

awesome easy Trail run this Trail often. easy and very Scenic along the river.

Beautiful, nice to hear the water. Hiking is strenuous, with rocks and roots and a few rough elevations.

6 months ago

Been hiking here for years.

Great trail. Has a few hills. Outstanding scenery. The Fire tower at the end is really cool.

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