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1 month ago

Trail was nice but got attacked by bees/small yellow jackets about .5 mile on trail. Multiple bites - very aggressive.

hiking
2 months ago

Took the family for a hike on this wonderful trail today. Weather was perfect - no sun glasses needed as the natural canopy kept the sun from zapping us. Had to move over about four times to allow cyclists through. It took us an hour and 15 minutes to complete. We didn’t see any snakes this time. Be careful in some places that have roots. Nice easy to moderate trail!! Looking forward to doing in again in the near future.

Mostly a road trail. Took the Dutchman’s creek trail about 3-4 miles in, it connects to super tree at a lot of points, I thought it was a better trail.
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hiking
2 months ago

Very nice trail! Muddy, long ascent with some very pretty views of the Homestead Resort.

Really nice trail had a lot of fun biking on it!

Easy walk

hiking
5 months ago

This was great hike!

hiking
6 months ago

Nice stroll through the woods with a view of the lake. Lots of roots and rocks and some low-incline hills.

10 months ago

Awesome

I picked this trail because other reviews said there are great views at the top. I went in October when the leaves are just starting to change color. At the top, you can’t see much through the trees. So the view from there was nil. There is a spot or two on the way up where you can see the main lake in Douthat State Park. It’s a steady climb and the trail is challenging, but don’t pick it if you’re looking forward to great views.

mountain biking
11 months ago

Going clockwise the climb was strenuous but the downhill made it all worthwhile.

Sunday, August 20, 2017

In Douthat Park, I took Ross Trail past the Lake, heading north on the right. That led me to Mountain Top Trail. When it seemed I reach the top because there were rocks and craggy trees and I could see 360° around, I went off the path of it to get a closer look at the rock formations and amazing trees and lost track of the trail a bit... Following the yellow blaze for Mountain Top Trail to head back, and realizing I was actually gaining elevation... I took out my Alltrails app and was very glad that I had connection! I truly don't know how that works when I could not send texts but I am thankful it did. A God send. Because it showed that I was going in the wrong direction and would have spent the night in the woods! So having a fully charged phone is another thing to add to my list of things to bring on a hiking expedition. (I was down to 20%)
Thank you AllTraills. I love your topographical map that works with GPS!

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Not accurately described by the homestead map or staff or even the sign at the beginning. The deerlick loop itself is 3.2 miles, uphill the first third and pretty much downhill the last 2/3. From the resort and back, closer to 4 miles and around 1.5 hours, but still not the 2.5 hour trip that the sign suggests. A decent view about 30 minutes up but nothing spectacular in the summer due to lots of tree coverage.

backpacking
Monday, May 15, 2017

This map does not include the actual Woodrun Trail. But it is a great loop.

Saturday, February 04, 2017

Nice hike. Would like to return in spring or early fall

hiking
Monday, July 25, 2016

Went hiking on a hot July day. Was nicely shaded so we were not dying from the sun yet...Beautiful views, not too difficult. Highly recommend this trail!

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Great trail- nice winding hills. It's fairly narrow because it's designed for bikes. We take our dogs and walk it, though. You just have to keep an eye out for the bikers- they move through pretty quick. Watch out for the tree roots, too!

mountain biking
Saturday, April 19, 2014

Did this loop today starting from the trailhead on 24 it was 12.53 miles(maybe 1/4th a mile wasted because I had to go back for some sunglasses). Starting at the highway trailhead, you continue down the road until you hit the Wood Run trail which is only 1.4 miles and simply an enjoyable single track to bypass the gravel road. At the end of Wood Run you come to the Keyauenee Trailhead and start toward the left with that. Lots of ups, downs, some mud(even after a week of sun), a couple streams, and some rock gardens. I had to chicken out and walk down one rocky part which had warning signs. This connects to the Supertree trail which seems like a gravel road with a short period of singletrack mixed in. Continue back until you hit the Wood Run trail and back to the trailhead on 24/27. All the trails were well marked minus Supertree, but it was no issue if you grab a map from the trailhead. The loop will definitely get you dirty and worked up. Great fun out here, I wish it was closer.

hiking
Monday, July 29, 2013

While uphill throughout much of the first half, the spectacular views make it completely worth it!

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