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This trail gets a 5 on scenery. It was beautiful and the breeze was amazing. It gets a 2 on markings. We got off the trail and hiked straight up the mountain. If you hike yellow, follow the brown signs. Very good cardio workout!

trails were marked well had a beautiful hike with the wife an dog hot 90 degree but worth it do it again

Hiked with two kids and pets. Well marked trail and great for exercise. Not a ton of notable things to see but a good hike nonetheless.

love glow at end!!

Took Green trail to top and looped back on the yellow trail based on paper map from the park, green trail had a pretty good climb going up but didn’t last long other wise easy trail

Good trail, the shelter at the top is nice, needs hikers to practice “leave no trace” but it would be a great overnight spot...fairly easy, has a couple of moderately steep areas but overall a great trail.

Green trail is mainly up hill, good hike! Fun for dogs as well.

Very clean trail. Some mild elevations...good for the exercise.

It’s an okay trail, I live very close to Cathedral Caverns so sometimes I hike up there just for some exercise. There’s no stunning view but lots of trees so when you get to the top hammocking is a great idea. If you go then you should definitely go check out the cave!

Although I went down the Green trail(moderate, I’m sure that the other trails are very similar. It’s not much more than a hike through the woods. Not much to see. Trail is marked but there were moments I had to stop and really look for the next marker and at least twice I relied on my GPS and the trails app to get me back on track. It wasn’t bad, I just wanted to be sure. I’ll definitely go back to do the other 3 trails, blue, brown and yellow.

We hiked the GREEN trail on July 6. Overall, we rate the trail a C+. The first 30-40% of the trail is well-marked and cleared. The last half of the trail is just a muddy forest/timber service road. Very lazy for a state park trail. Also, there is a gun range within a mile or so - and constant gun shots take away from the experience.