hiking
4 hours ago

Perfect short adventure. The spring is super beautiful from the right angles, nice turquoise looking color. Inside the ruins the water is so clear. Only a few other groups there today, not too hard to social distance. Note!!! There is a fee to park in the lot. I don't have an annual pass so I parked down the street on the side of the road, not sure how legal it was, but during my short stay I wasn't ticketed. Follow my instagram for more adventures @julie_journeys

Great trail for families... some hills but plenty of places to rest. If you make it halfway through the orange trail there are some awesome picnic sites.

Wide, well marked trail. Good hike.

Loved all the little things that you could explore through this area. We went off trail quite a bit to explore. Muddy in some spots. Very narrow trails in many spots.

Definitely nice trails for a walk. We thought it was nice having some hills to get a good work out. My 10-year-old thought it was a little boring though even with the observation loop added and I agree not much to look at. All the green is pretty though. There is sand on the trails.

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muddy
13 days ago

Not much of a hike, more of a short walk on a paved trail. A pretty waterfall and spring with water as clear as glass! I’d avoid weekends to avoid crowds, wasn’t too crowded on a Friday afternoon. Doesn’t take more than 30 minutes to check everything out. Trail slightly muddy but I’d imagine it would be worse after recent rain.

Beautiful pine forests on the big portion south of ZZ and a very wide trail as it is designed for horses and snow mobiles

Hiked 6 + miles today after A LOT of rain in recent days. The trail is muddy in spots, but everything is greening up nicely. Morels were sprouting up quite a bit.

A nice little trail that was slightly muddy at the beginning but not terrible. It seemed like more than 39 feet of elevation, but I am not very good at judging that! All in all, a nice trail on a beautiful day.

hiking
20 days ago

A little muddy in spots we had rain day before. Gorgeous spot for pics.

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rocky
23 days ago

Great trail. If you want more of a workout enter the trail on hwy 67 and exit on hwy Z. Beautiful pines.

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off trail
rocky
26 days ago

So much fun ! I loved the twists and turns throughout the trail . Reached some pretty high altitude . Narrow winding path. Alot of hills to climb. Beautiful day with my Sage puppy dog.

super fun! very nice springs and plenty of them to see. not too busy and people were social distancing. found a newborn duck that must not have been even 5 minutes old. we named it Harold and let it be alone. little muddy in some areas but not too bad. definitely recommend

Great elevations with lots of twists and turns.

hiking
29 days ago

I'll preface by saying I generally like trails that take you past interesting features, water, or scenic vistas. Bald Bluff Trails had great reviews on All Trails, but overall I rated it at a 3 as I found it to have a low variety of terrain and scenic views. The parking lot is small - only holds about six cars; maybe eight if parked tightly. As you head up the trail, you will immediately see a trailblazed trail that shoots off to the left - don't follow that. The beginning of the trail will get your heart racing right off the bat, and the bluff, unfortunately, is right at the beginning of the trail - looking out over the County Highway and farmland. I assumed I would be hiking "to" the bluff, so was a little disappointed in this. The pros: this trail has some good elevation and would be great for trail runners. It is generally a saunter through a narrow, hard packed dirt trail, with good ups and downs throughout the trail. You do reach a section that is quite sandy with some beautiful tall pines that smell lovely. Right around here the horse trails run almost parallel and it confused me a bit both on the trail map and watching people walk on that section as I thought I was off trail. As this is an out and back, I also wasn't sure exactly what I was hiking out "TO", so I stopped after reaching the almost comically signed Elephant Rock point of interest. That made this out and back just under 4 miles, though you could go further along the IAT. There are some wildflowers blooming right now, and will probably be full bloom within a week or so. If you like wandering through heavily wooded areas, with some good elevation gains for leg burn, then this would be a good trail for you. Enjoy! Other point of interest are the cute town of Palmyra just a few miles down the road, or stop in Rushing Waters Trout House just down the road to buy their amazing trout dip for a snack.

hiking
1 month ago

Short but BEAUTIFUL trail!

hiking
fee
rocky
1 month ago

Great trail. Easy , great scenery and the kids loved watching all the bubbling springs.

There was a good amount of people out hiking! Seemed more populated than it normally would have been because a sunny day hit Wisconsin and folks have been cooped up due to covid-19. Very scenic and relaxing hike. will definitely return to this segment again.

hiking
rocky
1 month ago

hiking
rocky
1 month ago

Started at Hwy C and headed towards Scuppernong. I was with my 3 boys (16, 8, and 7) so we went 2.5 miles and than turned around. They loved that this side was more hilly vs. the Eagle side. I loved the scenic views of the pine trails It was a great day to be out!!

Started From Cnty Hwy C, and hiked to where the Scuppernong Green Trail Intersecs(2.0 miles)Hike was very scenic, great pines section, a great relaxing Hiking trail, not to challenging

What a beautiful trial, especially the area’s with the deep pines. The Ice Age Portion back to Hwy ZZ was a welcomed challenge.

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