Cabelands Trail To Eno Quarry Trail

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Cabelands Trail To Eno Quarry Trail is a 2.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Durham, North Carolina that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
2.3 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
324 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

birding

camping

canoeing

fishing

fly fishing

hiking

trail running

walking

forest

lake

river

views

wild flowers

wildlife

bridge out

muddy

rocky

washed out

Directions from Durham, NC: From I-85 South to Durham, take Cole Mill exit, turn right, after 5 miles road will enter the park. From I-85 North, take Exit 170 between Hillsborough and Durham. Make a U-turn after coming off the exit ramp, go under the interstate a quarter mile, turn right on Pleasant Green Road, then turn left at intersection with Cole Mill Road. Just before crossing the Eno River you will see Rivermont Road to your right then Sparger Road to your left. Turn left on Sparger Road traveling a short distance to Howe Street. Turn right on Howe Street which takes you directly to a parking area where Cabe Lands Trail begins.

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Loved this trail, beautiful scenery and a good mix of up and downhill train

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Nice tree covered trail. Nice place to swim even though it's not recommended. Trail has a lot of roots in some places so be careful and pay attention to where you're walking.
***Parking lot very small and no parking allowed on the road. Either go early or go late. We went on the Saturday during Labor Day weekend and got lucky finding a spot to park in the parking lot.

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Started from the Cabelands Trailhead on Howe St. Trail was wet due to some quick showers and a bit muddy. The whole trail is pretty much under a canopy of trees so can get dark when clouds are overhead. We reached the Quarry and were faced with about a 25 foot stream crossing in 2 feet of water (people were already swimming in early May and crossing carefully through the swift stream). We elected to go upstream to find a suitable crossing and found a log about 100 yards upstream that worked. After crossing, we navigated along the quarry ridge and got back to the main trail around the quarry pond - beautiful water and several were swimming. The quarry has some slick muddy cliffs and some flat spots that make the short walk around it quite interesting. Knowing we had to make the return trip across the fast flowing stream, we located another log downstream and crossed, had to maneuver some woods and slippery spots but got back to the main trail again. Went back up and took the loop down to the Eno on the way back. Right along the river almost stepped on a huge snake napping by the water. Hiked along the river a ways and then back up to Cabelands parking lot. All in all, quite an adventure!

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