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Beautiful and serine

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Nice, easy to follow trail

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Heather Fletcher reviewed Bedford Reservation Trail
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Hiked this as part of hiking the Buckeye Trail section in Bedford Reservation. Decent hike, some elevation changes, some decent views. Trail is wide, flat, easy to follow. Not very challenging. The main down side is that it hugs the road so much. You’ll constantly see and hear cars. It also shares intermittent sections with the mountain bike trails, so that gets annoying. Trail and park is clean, maintained, safe. So those are positives.

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Chris Lund reviewed Sagamore Creek Loop
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Very poorly marked and in some cases trail not at all visible. Significant creek crossing that is not possible without high boots. Could not finish due to bad conditions.

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Peter Luci reviewed Sagamore Creek Loop
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Amber & Jeff Allen reviewed Sagamore Creek Loop
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First half from half from the bike and hike trailhead was the prettier half. Some mud and water along the way, but no big deal if you're wearing proper water resistant hiking shoes.

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MacKenzie Dunlap reviewed Sagamore Creek Loop
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Had to walk through the creek a few times but overall pretty and fun

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Maria Romito reviewed Bedford Reservation Trail
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Awesome views on the bridle trail. One ACTUAL river crossing, had to hike up the pants and take off the shoes. The weather was perfect so it was a great day overall! It was very nice to ge

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Heidi Jurging reviewed Summit Bike and Hike Trail
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Dan Kirk reviewed Sagamore Creek Loop
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Barb Osyk reviewed Sagamore Creek Loop
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Very scenic loop. Not well marked in some areas - AllTrails app is very helpful. Several creek crossings.

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Danielle Pinter reviewed Tinker's Creek Gorge Scenic Overlook
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Meagan Rodgers reviewed Sagamore Creek Loop
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Louise Kandzer reviewed Tinker's Creek Gorge Scenic Overlook
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Good trail however we reached a point where we couldn’t cross the river crossing. Very scenic though.

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Gregg Thauvette reviewed Tinker's Creek Gorge Scenic Overlook
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Some tricky river crossings; nearly impassable in some spots, but gorgeous scenery on a beautiful day.

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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarOctober 24, 2020
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Map followed pretty closely, though the "singletrack"/all purpose trail was technically closed, so I made sure to be extra careful on the small section that the trail followed. It was also a little crowded during the mid-afternoon but people were mostly good about keeping distance between groups.

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Emily Welch reviewed Sagamore Creek Loop
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Lesa Griffith reviewed Sagamore Creek Loop
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Great views, muddy, and had to cross a couple water ways.

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Peter Luci reviewed Sagamore Creek Loop
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Nice, easy trail used by mountain bikes and horses

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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarOctober 19, 2020
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This was a lovely way to spend a fall afternoon. That stream crossing is deep and chilly; keep that in mind when planning your hike.

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Martin Bach reviewed Bridle Trail to Tinker's Creek
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HikingWashed out

We did this trail on a beautiful 60 degree peak color Fall Saturday. I have a few notes. Do park on the road south of Button Road as Button Road is closed for road work. Walk down to the street and around the creek on the bridge and up the road to the Hemlock Creek Picnic Area. The trail head is next to the pavilion. From the pavilion to Tinkers Creek (the end) it was exactly 5.0 miles according to my fitness tracker. The big hill is within the first mile. If you ascend that hill, there are ups and downs but nothing comparable to that the rest of the way. About two thirds of the way down the trail you get to the loop. You must go clockwise around the loop (from 6 o'clock to 3 o'clock) rather than counterclockwise because the trail is closed from 3 to 6 because of restoration. There are signs posted warning that you cannot go that way or face fines. Thus the way you must take is about a mile longer. Here is the big takeaway: If Tinkers Creek has high water you cannot easily cross it. We parked one car at Egbert Picnic area and then drove the other to Hemlock Creek planning to go one way. Unfortunately, the creek was high and fast. In the end, we rolled up our pants and took off our shoes and socks. It was quite an adventure, but 3 adults, 3 boys (ages 9-11) and a small dog were able to get across - granted thankfully we did not slip on the rocks. Our feet were numb from the cold once we got across. Our reward? Egbert picnic area is only one mile from the creek. In the end, it made the kids feel like quite the pioneers (fording the cold creek and braving the danger of nature on their trek). The trail is beautiful and lightly traveled, but do be aware that the creek (if high) makes this a definite out and back trail (which would make it 10 miles total hiking.

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