Great trail! Steep incline for quite a ways; if starting at Raven Rock; that eventually levels off. Trail is well marked. Great views at Raven Rock and High Rock!

Hubby and I hiked this one - we really enjoyed it, but it is a bit rocky. Loved the streams and you could hear the water throughout, which was peaceful. The view at Black Rock made it worth the hike!! Breath taking views!! Will definitely be back.

This trail was ok. The cliffs are the gem but aside from that there isn’t much to look at. Heavily wooded trail with lots of rocks.

A little muddy in places due to rain and there being several streams. A nice little hike overall. The view was great. I highly recommend this hike over nearby Annapolis Rock. It’s much less trafficked. There were people, but not too many that we couldn’t keep a safe distance or enjoy ourselves. We tried Annapolis Rock first and the parking lot was nuts. Either go there early, or take this trail and then cut over to Annapolis rock near the top. Whatever you do, don’t try to park at the AT off of 40 beyond early morning.

5/31/20- Beautiful 70° clear day for hiking. The only hard part of this hike is Bear Spring Cabin hike up. It’s steep as hell and rocky. Wish I’d gone down Bear Spring first....the opposite of what I did. The only wildlife I saw was a 2 foot copperhead so keep your eyes out. The Bear Spring cabin is cute as can be and worth the hike down. My dog loved it.

Nice trail but a bit of rocky and muddy and you cross alot of stream.. The view its so beautiful...

5/26/20-Great trail. Rocky, but managed with my Asics. My dog loved all the creek crossings. I felt the trail was more heavy moderate than difficult. The uphills are straight up especially approaching Raven Rocks. It was hot today (81°) I ended up drinking 3 liters of water. This trail was certainly better than braving the crowds at nearby trails.

Great hike with great views! Not too many people on the trail. An excellent way to socially distance while getting some miles in.

Great trail to hike- you don’t need hiking shoes and unless it’s rained you’re unlikely to run into much mud. It has a few steeper sections but it’s a fun hike! Bring some water and food to enjoy along with the view! This hike (without breaks) can be done in 2 hours

Clearly marked trail that's more easy than moderate. The first 1/2 mile or so is a solid uphill hike. The remainder, however, is a flat, rocky meander through the forest. Nothing particularly exciting. We weren't able to see the view today because of the fog, but I'm sure it's beautiful on a clear day! Parking on the side of the road is easy to come by.

High rock is my favorite view

Great trail, a little soggy and rocky, but beautiful.

What a terrific hike! We arrived at the trailhead at 9:15, in time to get a parking space in the small lot. We had five stream crossings. Even though it rained Friday during the day and night, the streams were passable without getting our feet wet. The trail is mostly rocky until you hit the Appalachian trail, when it evens out and is a nice spongy surface to walk on. Black Rock was fogged in, so we hiked to Annapolis Rock, one mile further. By then, it cleared and we were able to catch great views from both overlooks. What more could you ask for in a hike .... streams and great views!

Nice trail! It is pretty steep on the way up, then levels out for a bit. The overlook is quite beautiful. Trail was much less trafficked compared to Annapolis Rocks.

Very steep, but good trail for anyone looking to get outdoors. Only one view from Lambs Knoll but it’s a great trail to find peace and quiet on, even on a weekend.

Pretty Trail with exposed rocks, moss, and flowers. Beautiful open field but no view at the top. A good hike. We went when it was cloudy and a little rainy and it was still fun.

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