mountain biking
3 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

Fun, and easy hike

mountain biking
5 months ago

As a casual mountain bike rider I found this trail very difficult, especially the hills. I also found the trail markings a bit difficult to follow at times. I guess the trails would be great for anyone with very strong legs and a full suspension bike. If you're a novice this trail is not for you.

on 4 Bridges Trail

walking
6 months ago

Love the ups and downs, and beautiful surroundings. 3/4 of the trail is well-maintained. There was a stretch though that had been recently bulldozed and was very, very muddy. And 1/4 of the trail is still seriously overgrown and difficult to get through. Plenty of poison ivy and prickly plants to contend with on that stretch.

Pretty easy trail, saw many bikers as other reviewers noted and one person on a horse. Nothing spectacular about it in terms of views or interesting landmarks.

Easier hike than graded, smooth with some roots & almost no rocks to contend with. Found it better to hike counter-clockwise so you see biker traffic, but either way works

The trial is good. There are some up and down hills but not mountainous rugged one. It is good for exercise. However, about 1/4 of north trial is really for mountain biker. There are high school or middle schools mountain bikers today in that trail. It is good to avoid that section by taking some inside trails. Overall it is a very good exercise for us today

Very easy, obvious path. I brought my bengal kitten for her first trail walk here and she made friends with a little road near the water.

Loved this trail! Perfect for my fearless 7 yr old!

mountain biking
Saturday, October 01, 2016

This is a long out and back. Crosses several major streets you can park at to get on/off the trail. Has some very beautiful scenery and gives you a unique blend of cross country riding. Not too many major climbs or descents.

mountain biking
Saturday, October 01, 2016

Amazing trail. Love these mountains/hills. Not too crowded and awesome mix of climbs and descents.

hiking
Monday, September 26, 2016

This is a nice, unspectacular trail. It is on the easy side of moderate, at least on foot. We saw many more mountain bikers than hikers. At most points it is wide enough that there is room enough for both hikers and bikers. There were a few spots at which I was glad to have the app and my phone because we couldn't find the trail markings. There is decent shade for almost the entire trail. Very quiet too with just an occasional plane flying overhead on a cloudless day.

hiking
Saturday, September 10, 2016

Great for a long walk with a dog. Many different trails to choose from.

mountain biking
Sunday, July 10, 2016

I take this trail very often on my mountain bike. It is a very simple trail with hills here and there. I would say it's more interesting biking it than hiking it as I have done both. If you are looking for a good mountain bike ride I would recommend it.

mountain biking
Sunday, July 10, 2016

I enjoy mountain biking around here. I go every day or 2 because it's so close to my house. I like that the trail connect with many others so I never get bored.

hiking
Thursday, June 30, 2016

An great trail for a long walk. This also looks like a fun bike trail so keep an eye and ear out. Definitely recommend!

hiking
Saturday, June 18, 2016

It was ok... 75% was nicely marked and wide trail. The last quarter was severely overgrown! I turned around twice to make sure I was still on an actual trail. I suggest pants, the overgrowth was very prickery on the legs, ouch

The map is not accurate in the vicinity of Union Cemetery. Following the path along East Ave you turn left onto Peach Tree Rd before the cemetery. Follow Peach Tree to the end, then make a right onto Heron & a quick left onto Candour Ct. At the end of the road is a paved path that connects to the PP on the left - this will soon take you to Reservoir Road. Do Not walk to the end of the cemetery and attempt to make a left as the map shows - this is private property and not part of the Patriots Path!

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