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My second trail. Very nice. So many deer. Clean picnic area. Very peaceful. There’s also a red trail.

Beautiful views definitely reccomend.

trail running
6 days ago

great trail for a jog. pretty even surface with a moderate climb or two. nothing too strenuous, great for an afternoon run.

You need to go after a lot of rain. Then the waterfall is really cool. I like parking at the Walker Road entry. It adds more miles, but is nice to hear the train at Turtleback Zoo, and you really can raise the pace on these trails. This is one of the most dense suburban areas in the world; so, to lose yourself in the woods is such a wonderful experience. Very dog friendly park, with lots of streams!

Great place to hike, jog or walk the dog. Lots of friendly people and families. Great view up top.

Very nice to find around here, relaxing trail nothing too hard. nice walk in the woods

choose the yellow trail. It had both flat parts & hilly parts. overall great experience. We also saw a deer on our travels. Views in some places very nice.

we run this trail three times a week, but out to go by the salt Marsh rather than up the hill. such a fun run!

mountain biking
1 month ago

Signs say no bikes. Signs also say keep dogs on leash, however, all but 1 dog I saw were roaming freely.

trail running
1 month ago

Beautiful scenery and chilled fresh air. Trails are great, just not long enough.

Love this place, mostly flat but out in the open. The kid and went about 2 2wks ago. Didn't realize how hot it was that day, it was wasn't humid but the sun was up and high. With no covering we can back very tanned. It's great for pictures and bird watching and talking... lol, imagine that a quiet place to walk and talk with your teenage daughter.

Did the white trial on Saturday and there was a guy out there with a chainsaw and a loose German Shepherd . Def got nervous so we turned around and went the other way. Is that allowed out there ?

Excellent easy trail for beginners or anyone looking for a good stretch of the legs. Easy to follow trails, a few ups and downs. Lots of deer, chipmunks and squirrels. Altogether a pleasant and peaceful spot. I gave four stars as lately some downed trees haven’t been cleared well and litter is not been addressed

I though the trail was pretty cool but nothing really that makes it stand out. The highlight was a small walking bridge above a flowing creek. Great for some light cardio.

Very nice trail but poorly marked. We got lost in between and had to figure way out via GPS. I really wish if they could mark the trails appropriately and also have exit signs for all different parking lots.

The river is too full to allow you to cross without getting your shoes wet. For that reason, it's better to just start the hike from other trail heads. Other than that, the trail was well marked and not too strenuous. Be careful of snakes. We saw a big Mexican black kingsnake next to the river.

Unfortunately a tree has fallen on the stream bridge, creating a damn and a waterfall over it. It's not crossable unless you're willing to wade and climb over a fallen tree, not really safe, definitely not possible with kids.

The trail itself was fine, but the best part was definitely the little fairy houses hidden in tree trunks and trees along the trail.

Great for kids

Very well marked yellow trail 3.3 miles. Nice city view. Tons of deer. Mellow trail. Some hills, no steep inclines for long periods.

I bring my 5 year old little girl out here frequently. She is able to complete the hike without any problems.

The map on the app isn't accurate. There is alot of small side trails that branch off the bigger ones. It is small enough though that you wont get lost.

Amazing to find such a large outdoor area in Clifton; great view of NYC and many geocaches for a bit of fun while hiking; spotted many deer during my hike which really helps make you feel farther from the city life

Nice to get out for some fresh air, but I could hear cars driving nearby the whole time, and the only sign I saw on the trail was very adequate: "Where's the waterfall?"

My weekly go-to—nice, easy

Nice quick walk about.

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