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hiking
19 days ago

A pleasant trail with moderate rocky terrain and hills. It is quite wet as it is part of a large watershed are. Pay attention to the route since the Makenna Trail intersects and joins it; you can go right past some of the turns if you’re not careful! The Mt. Hope School foundations and a Spring house were lovely caveats to the sights.

Very scenic walking trail that is not too far off the beaten track. Accessible, pleasant, and great for running.

hiking
1 month ago

First off I counted 36 stream crossings from the top of Roaring Run to the merger with Painted Rocks. Of these, 30 are not easy in Spring with snowmelt. So either go in Summer or bring waterproof boots.

Wear pants. There are fields of thorny vines on most trails with some areas overgrown. This was in mid March.

Otherwise I enjoyed the hike. Didn’t see anyone else.

hiking
1 month ago

Coming up from the County Line TH, fairly step at first then a lot of rocks before leveling out near too.

I like that the trail branches in so many directions so you switch up your route often. The trails are paved so it's good for when other trails get muddy or if you have a stroller. I would of gave it more stars but it can get kind of crowded in the summer.

A nice trail in an urban park. Some parts are surprisingly secluded from the city. However, the trail is very confusing and could use more signs for navigation.

Nice walking path. Part is trail, part is paved, part is grass if you walk closer to the lake. Enjoyable if you don't want anything too taxing.

walking
2 months ago

Beautiful trail. Very satisfying for a day trip or just a quick walk.

hiking
3 months ago

Great park with multiple trails. Dogs have to be on leashes now though :( The ticks are OUT OF CONTROL. I stay don the path and walked out with 6 ticks in my hair. Be careful.

hiking
3 months ago

Good series of trails you can piece together in this area. Did the about a 10 mile hike all together in December and it was difficult due to snow and multiple stream crossings but a great hike for those that like a bit more of a challenge. Plan to revisit in the spring and when i don't have to worry about dunking my foot in freezing water! Have waterproof boots or plan to get your feet wet.

hiking
5 months ago

Duff is a great trail for short, steep hiking and trail running. I generally do a different loop, Bloodroot, Roundtop, Wake Robin, Fernwood, Forbes, Black Cohosh and back up to Round Top. Comes out around 4 miles.

Great air out there...

The sections in the woods were nice, but there was a lot of that that was just indistinct out in the grass. The signage was poor and in poor repair. It’s really not that great; I guess if you wanted a quick outing in the woods, it would be OK.

Great workout. Field section of Forbes trail is a bit grown over.

Excellent trail. So many offshoots to explore. Easy hike or run or bike. Great scenery and peace and quiet. I only saw 2 people in a few hours here

Nice park. Trails are well kept. Lots of dogs enjoying the outdoors. The trails can get confusing though and what I thought was gong to be a couple miles of hiking ended up being 8 miles and thee hours.

love the trail. Make sure to download a map before the start of your hike. there's a lot interlinking trails which could be a bit confusing. I come here with my boxador and make a pit stop at the dog park.

A nice little walk on a nice little afternoon.

This is my second visit to this park and each time I have done the same trail. All Trails did not have the trails behind the stone lodge mapped so I mapped the yellow blazed trail today. The trails are beautiful and very well maintained. Marked for foot traffic only. Other than the initial climb this trail was not too difficult for me in spite of some trouble with my knees. I look forward to future visits and will add to the mapping I accomplished today.

Great time with our chocolate lab, Winston. Next time we will challenge ourselves a little more. One warning, bikers were a little aggressive on the narrower parts, not sure I'd wear earbuds and not be able to hear them.

Paths are narrow and seem to be meant for just mountain bikers. Wear a bright shirt if you're hiking so that bikers see you. Still a beautiful hike with signs marking the types of trees.

hiking
8 months ago

Really beautiful!

First time to Frick Park. Enjoyed the hike, spent a fair amount of time making sure I was on the right Trail. I will go to Frick Park again.

hiking
9 months ago

Super easy. Super pretty.

This is a rail trail that gets a little steeper after mile 5. The difficulty of the whole trip is in the length, not the inclines. The trail is bikeable all the way so for someone on foot it's easy if you're fit.

Challenging, especially along Commercial street. Watch for cyclists.

hiking
9 months ago

Watch out for the stinging nettles! It's getting pretty overgrown about a mile in (counter clockwise)

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