As someone else said, there is a nice variety of surfaces on the trail. It was neat to walk on top of the limestone. Trails here are well marked and easy to follow.

The trail ha s a little bit of everything. Much of it was easy wide flat trail but some spots were rocky and steep, other spots had a tree down over the trail and it was muddy near the end. There was also a very big set of stairs at the end. I would rate it moderate not easy.

Mike here and this is my review of the Mifred Fraust, Cliff, Lake and Pulpit Rock Trails. The trails are in good condition except the Lake Trail. Very muddy and just not a good walking trail. The scenery on Lake Trail is not worth it. The stairs down to the lake are cool and are a great piece of work. The other trails are simply a nice walk in the woods. There are areas of unusual rock formations. No wow or awesome views or scenery. I would not go back.

My specific hike was 7 miles, but it was very beautiful and quite challenging.

Moderate trail with some rocky areas to climb but definitely doable even with dog. Good exercise and lovely view. Cost to get into park but inexpensive.

I like the mix of trail surfaces

Awesome! I’m always looking for something different when I hike. The glacial rocks were it.

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1 month ago

Added extra twists and turns. A beautiful place with wonderful geology.

very nice. trails clearly marked.

Short but fun trail with our small child. With the playgrounds closed this was a nice alternative that he could do some climbing. No major steep ledges on this trail.

I took Cliff trail - saddle brook -pulpit rock -long - Mildred Faust which was about 2 miles total. I was trying to follow this map, but it directed into private property so that’s how I ended up taking saddle brook. There are different views amongst these trails which was nice. I didn’t particularly enjoy all the rocks and tree roots. Not strenuous, but you do have to go up and down some rocky areas. Nice breeze and birds chirping. A bit of crowds in some areas but not bad at all.

Nice, well marked trails. Pretty busy. Great places for the dogs to go swimming.

Trail was really fun! Parts were a little muddy around the lake and the dogs got a few ticks so watch out for them. Great hike!

Did this in April 2020 but chose for the Long Trail instead of Big Buck Trail. Went with a four year old and we both had a blast! The park was packed but was the first nice Saturday during COVID so understandable. Very cool rocks on the Cliff Trail and rocks to climb over on part of the Long Trail which goes to Cliff Trail. The steps at the end going to the parking lot wiped us out after a day of adventure (we just started exploring trails in 2020). Will definitely return in the future to explore more of the area.

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Not an ideal place for small children to hike. Came here on a suggestion with my 15,10,&4 year old. We did the cliff trail to the lake trail and it was really rocky and we had to scramble a lot. Waking parallel to the incline on the lake trail back was just as tough with a 4 year old in tow. Wouldn’t recommend for anyone under the age of 10. Otherwise, it would’ve probably been fun.

This trail was overall amazing and the scenery was beautiful, there wasn’t as much mud as I thought there would be

Great place to hike or jog except it's slow going around the Glacier Lake -/ the Lake and Swamp trails have a mix of rocks, mud and roots to keep you on your toes. It's fun but requires slowing down so I didn't get "fast miles" (which for me is over 3 mpg - hey I am older). It's a very satisfying mix of trails mostly easy and cleared. If your jogging probably stay on the upper trails.

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1 month ago

Easy loop if you have children, with limited ups and downs. Great view of the pond and fun cliff trail.

Great terrain, loved the swamp trail today!

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

Great trail, very beautiful and the lake trail down the stairs is not heavily trafficked. Trail is narrow and hard to social distance and the perimeter trail is maintained enough but can get muddy and tricky in parts. The stairs are probably the most difficult for people who struggle with climbing up and down, not handicap accessible. Still a beautiful little lake with lots of water fowl and a cool wetland.

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