hiking

birding

nature trips

walking

forest

trail running

views

wildlife

mountain biking

kid friendly

dogs on leash

wild flowers

hiking
4 days ago

trail running
7 days ago

backpacking
11 days ago

Beautiful trail. Great for beginners!

backpacking
12 days ago

Beautiful trail! Easy to follow, with moderately challenging landscapes. Perfect for a one night stay back packing trail.

backpacking
13 days ago

hiking
13 days ago

trail running
17 days ago

Nice Loop to run if camping at Lake Kincaid Campground

hiking
27 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

Pretty fun trail, I don't recommend hiking it in the summer.. alot of trashed campsites and possible hobos on the way so be aware.

hiking
1 month ago

My family and I had a blast on the trail.

trail running
1 month ago

This trail has awesome potential, just needs some love. I've been clearing for the last few weeks and have about 3.5 miles of it cleaned up. This trails gonna be awesome when it's done!

off road driving
1 month ago

Absolutely amazing! If you enjoy atv trail riding then you must visit this trail. I rode the trail on my 300ex and i would recommend using a sport quad like that, although any atv would work

hiking
1 month ago

Neat trail 5.5 mile that wraps around one of the lakes. There’s another trail “Lost Lady” you’ll see at the end of the dam that’s about 2 miles. It’s difficult with hills. Both trails were nice.

Good trail. Did it with two kids and a friend. Not a lot of water right now so bring plenty.

backpacking
1 month ago

Hiked the Backbone trail again last week with my daughter. this was her first overnight backpacking trip. We only spent one night on trail but it was great fun. Didn't see much wildlife and temps were in the high 80's during the day but dropped quickly after the sun went down. Other than that it was the same os my first review below.

backpacking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Great trail I think. Only saw a few squirrels, no real wildlife. WATCH AS YOU HIKE. I almost walked into 30-45 big spiderwebs. Some big spiders there. As much as I watched, I still hit some and threw my pack off, very scary. If you stay at the Kisatchie bayou campground you can start there at the end of the trail at mi. 10 then go 3.5 miles to the road crossing and take left which is back towards the campground. It’s about 7 mile loop like that. Otherwise you’ll just hike to the start of it a long way from the campground.