A true moderate trail with variable terrain that is both fun and challenging. The stream is a great feature. Took us about 3 hours. Highly recommended.

We enjoyed this trail! My husband and I did this hike with our 2 kids (5 yo & 3 yo). I measured the loop to be 5.1 miles from the parking lot, so it's a bit longer than described. This hike is kid friendly, and my kids loved the small rock obstacles near where beaver brook and Chavez trail meet. We went clockwise around the loop. Beaver Brook is mostly downhill from the parking lot. Once you get to the Chavez trail, it's a moderate climb back. This trail is very shady, but not as many scenic views. There is a couple spots along Chavez trail where you have quite a good view if you go out on the small paths.

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The first mile on Beaver Brook is downhill and really not very scenic. Once you actually reach the brook, this hike is gorgeous. The brook is audible from there on out. Some fun rock scrambles towards the end of Beaver Brook and into Chavez Trail. Chavez Trail is a moderate climb to Braille Trail. There's a split..both labeled as the start of Braille Trail-either lead you out to the road. Take a left to get back to the Beaver Brook trailhead. Would highly recommend this hike.

This trip was beautiful was an awesome hike for the people. It was pretty hard on the dogs. their pads were all torn up from some of the scramble areas and could hardly make it the last mile.
PS my boyfriend lost his nice sunglasses so if you find them give us a holla

A variety of perfect curves and moderate for sure. The angle of the hike hurt our feet. The angle was awkward. Nice views.