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7 days ago

Did the trail on 1-6-19. Temp in 30's. Trails were ice covered and muddy where they weren't. Did it with my dog. We did 9.3 miles as we hiked other connecting trails as part of our trip. Is a beautiful trail. We were on trail about 5 hours. But we did a leisurely pace. The All trails app kept me on track. Could have easily gotten of track without it. Only ran into 2other hikers at the end of trip close to trailhead. Highly recommend it. Going to hike in from Jordans end of it next time.

7 days ago

Easy trail if you love to explore the outdoors, watch out for horses.

17 days ago

Quiet and Peaceful hike today! 32 degrees was perfect!

22 days ago

This was a great day to take a hike. Easy to lose the trail when you get to Sand Creek as the area floods and the trail is suttle with snow and ice covering part of it, but as long as you go in the general direction you will be fine.

I came across the large glacial boulder, it was bigger than I expected, but seriously, lets not draw a penis on things you don't own...

Jabs farm was cool to see but the dyke was out so I had to reverse direction and hike the 3.5 miles back to the trail head.

1 month ago

Good fun trail. I love to take my hammock with me, and tie up over the bluff at the top.

This is my favorite hiking trail in Minnesota. It's consistent incline and keeps the heart rate up. I love it! In the winter make sure to wear snow shoes or spikes as it was very dangerously slippery last year.

1 month ago

I hiked this trail on Thanksgiving. Like others have said, you eventually come to a point where the bridge is out, leaving you to either cross the water. Or turn around and hike back. This is still a great area though and pretty close to the Twin Cities. I definitely recommend checking it out.

It was a long and little hard trail. We didn’t have any snacks to help with the hike. We got very hungry.

Really nice fall hike with my dog. Go there on a weekday in the morning to have the place to yourself and let dog Off-leash. The falls were very nice.

2 months ago

The trail was wet and mucky because it had rained the night before but this is a great hike. It’s a decent incline for a Minnesota trail. The trails are for horses and hiking so I assume you will see horses during the summer months. Bring extra shoes if it’s mucky!

on Zumbro Bottoms

horseback riding
2 months ago

Zumbro is a horse trail rider's go to park. If your horse is in shape and you love a great trail ride, come here!!

2 months ago

Fun trail with great views

Great trails! Many cliff overlooks, a few areas of steep bluff trails, and a lot of beautiful nature. I went a few days after heavy rain and only found a couple of small muddy areas. Met only 3 other people while on the trail, extremely quiet and peaceful! Would not recommend small children, some areas of trails are narrow at some areas of bluffs.

3 months ago

Nice hike with beautiful fall color. We were able to do a loop rather than out and back. If you do the south trail to the bluff and then head toward the River there are stairs that go down and then you walk a trail along the river back to the trailhead.

Made the trek from the boat launch to the falls, 3.6 miles round trip, and did the 178 steps at the falls to the overlook! Absolutely stunning views both of the falls and the overlook!

great well kept trail and the overlook shelter is a great place to watch the sunset over Minnnesota's hills. the history of the trail, knowing it was built by young men by hand during the great depression to help support their families make the stone staircases and shelter an engineering marvel

rock climbing
4 months ago

So fun, took the hardest trail to the top and wasn't disappointed. Many trails to try will definetly be going back.

Good trail. Nice variety.

mountain biking
4 months ago

My first IMBA Epic trail and it was great! I tried it out on a fat bike during the summer months and it rode well throughout the trails. The system offers challenging obstacles and beautiful views. Sidewinder is often exposed, which makes it seem more difficult than it is. I would highly recommend this area and you could easily spend a day exploring all it has to offer

Great hike!

One of the best in the area.

Horse trails not hiking trails. Trails damaged to the point of near impassibility. Even trails marked as hikers only were heavily trafficked by horses.

Not hard. We hiked with a baby in a front pack and two dogs with no problems. If you are a frequent hiker you will love this trail

Great rolling hills

5 months ago

We did the Coyote Point Section of the trail. Beautiful trail with some steep sections. Overall not too bad and 40 minutes for one way.

We were in the area and my husband is a fan of fire towers so definitely had to go. Was a nice walk with great views.

First off, $13 parking fee. The park was under-construction so there were areas of the trail that were inaccessible. The landscape was gorgeous. Didn’t make it to the falls but it seemed busy coming from that direction.

Felt like more of a walk than a hike. Either super sunny or all shade and bugs. Some steep hills which is a good challenge but since it’s all graded felt more like a walk than a hike. The falls were great to see though but PACKED with people swimming and lounging. I’d suggest a weekday.

mountain biking
6 months ago

This was my first IMBA Epic bike ride and we experimented with Fat bikes for the first time, too. The mountain biking was great and not too, terribly difficult, but offered quite a few challenges with rocks, roots, bridges, and other obstacles. Sidewinder is marked as probably the most difficult of the trails, but it’s not as bad as you might think; the most intimidating part are the steep drop-offs, but they are really not that bad. The trail system is easy to follow and very well marked. Also, the headquarters is really nice! This trail system is definitely worth your time!

This is a great trail in the Wisconsin State Park system! It’s not particularly difficult, but it is mostly uphill. The first portion is forested and the bugs are often atrocious because of the marshy landscape, so make sure to wear big spray. Also, there is a lot of poison ivy, so it’s important to stay on the trails. The second portion goes through a series of goat prairies with beautiful views of the river valley.

It’s perfect to take a hike up with a lunch and sit at the CCC shelter at the top. The hike down is comprised of wooden stairs and a short trail hike, then you have to follow the road along the water toward the park center. This trail is a perfect afternoon hike and offers connection to water trails for kayaking, camping at the Perrot campgrounds, and access to the Trempealeau river bike trail. Make sure to stop at the Trempealeau Hotel for lunch or dinner!

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