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Great trail for beginners.

Poor markers foe trails. Many are missing. With trails covered in leaves, its almost impossible to discern the trails. Alltrails app saved me, allowing me to see my location vis-a-vis the trails on the map and cutting through the forest to reach one of the trails. But in case of some low emergency such as impending rain or darkness, you may find yourself completely lost due to the poor trail markings.

Challenging on the way down but beautiful.

Was more slick then I anticipated, especially the scramble up the hill to the Devil's Oven. Markers for the first mile or so on the loop if you go clockwise are almost nonexistent.

hiking
1 day ago

hiking
1 day ago

Elements of farm still remnant. Fine diversity of tree species: note the giant old sycamore at parking lot placed by inhabitants of farm many generations ago. Purposeful clearings offer more diversity of plant, avain life.

Nice quiet trail. I brought my three kids ages 3-8 and it got a little hairy with some rocks/ cliffs/ and a nice little incline, but they did well.