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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarNovember 15, 2020
HikingGreat!

This is a trail to hike in fall, winter and early spring before grasses start to grow up. This trail will be overgrown in the summer with lots of ticks. The trail starts along a path under the power lines. 200-300 feet under those lines you will see the trail to the right. It is not an easy trail. Lots of up and down and crossing several creeks. It winds through several stands of pines. It is part of the River to River Trail so horses may be on the trail. Just follow the River to River trail markers and you will stay on the trail.

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Michael Carter reviewed Giant City Nature Trail
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Michelle Barton reviewed Giant City Nature Trail
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Great little hike!

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Greg Seeger reviewed Red Cedar Trail
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HikingOver grown

We hiked this on November 2nd, and agree with many of the reviews. However, it was nice to hear someone ended up hiking 17 miles, we hiked 15 miles. On top of it, because the trail is marked as 12 miles, we started getting worried after 13 miles, because it was soon to get dark, and no one had brought a flashlight along. But, right around 4 o'clock we came to the end, and yes, my gps said 15 miles. Like everyone said, it was well marked, but at times we too, lost the trail. At this time of the year, many many leaves have fallen, and sometimes overfowed the trail, making it difficult to find. Other than that, a nice 'walk in the park'.

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Brian Nehring reviewed Red Cedar Trail
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More like 12 miles. The dense leaves on the ground made it a fairly difficult hike and with how dry it was there wasnt any water to see. It was still a fun day hike.

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Lori Unverfehrt reviewed Red Cedar Trail
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Hiking

Fairly well marked just pay extra attention at the road crossing! Would be even better after a rain or in the spring, waterfalls weren’t flowing much. Still worth the hike!

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Michelle Scully reviewed Giant City Nature Trail
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HikingGreat!

Fun short hike. Great hike with kids I’d guess.

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Gerald Ford reviewed Giant City Nature Trail
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HikingGreat!
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Mark Stambaugh reviewed Red Cedar Trail
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Hiking

Went right at the trailhead. That way was pretty rugged as the last 3-4miles were pretty flat -gravel road.

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Jeremy Dose reviewed Giant City Nature Trail
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Great trail

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Ryan Klein reviewed Giant City Nature Trail
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Jennifer Haman Hart reviewed Devil's Standtable Trail
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Waterfall and beautiful rock formations

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Ryan Klein reviewed Stone Fort Trail
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Tj Tingley reviewed Giant City Nature Trail
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Great stone views.

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Matt Morton reviewed Devil's Standtable Trail
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nice easy trail with some cool rock formations

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Cody Marie reviewed Red Cedar Trail
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Longer than it states, 12.5 miles. Very monatanous, I could have spent 6 miles on this trail and felt like I saw it all. Well marked 80% of the time, we got off track 4 times but easy to correct. Overall it was okay. No waterfalls this time of year.

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Andrea Hogan reviewed Red Cedar Trail
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This trail is a loop, but what it needed was different colored markers for both directions. we got turned around so many time, ended up hiking 17 miles instead of 10-12 they advertised. Running water? no, not when its dry season. NO running water at the primitive camp site. it did have burn pits, trash and privies, but no running water!! I wouldn't recommend this trail until they get better markers, because you can also get lost thinking you're on the right path only to find out it was the horse trail.

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Mike Mitsui reviewed Devil's Standtable Trail
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Mike Mitsui reviewed Giant City Nature Trail
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Amazing trail. Scenery is unlike anything else in the state.

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Cailee Mueller reviewed Red Cedar Trail
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Henry Sipes reviewed Giant City Nature Trail
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For an old hiker who has done hundreds of trails remove the gravel please. Nature did not intend for us to slip and slide on gravel.

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Bruce Macey reviewed Giant City Nature Trail
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Hiking

One of my favorite hikes in this park. You get to see lots of different rock formations and get a feel for civilization back then. Signatures engraved in the rocks dating back to 1700’s!!!

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Christopher Goss reviewed Giant City Nature Trail
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Genie W reviewed Giant City Nature Trail
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Vanessa Calvillo reviewed Indian Creek Shelter Nature Trail
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HikingGreat!

Pretty easy walk. Cool rock formations

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Trey Tyson reviewed Red Cedar Trail
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BackpackingGreat!

Hiked the whole red cedar trail this past weekend. Overall trail is in good shape and well marked. Like others have said just keep an eye on the next trail marker ahead and you'll be fine. We backpacked and stayed overnight at the camp ground half way through the trail. Camp ground is really nice with multiple fire pits/grills, picnic tables, two vault toilet's, and plenty of room for tents. Hiking counterclockwise the first half of the trail doesn't have much water. If you plan to stay over night at the camp ground there is a creek about 5 min past the camp ground if you continue on the trail and is how we got our water. Looks like it would have water during most times. Pro tip would be to drive to the service road near the backpack camp ground and stash water, food, and heavy stuff you don't want to carry so you have it once you've hiked to the camp ground. Using the method above this would be a great first backpacking trip for beginners or a more relaxed overnight for the experienced hiker.

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Melanie Kasson reviewed Red Cedar Trail
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Jim Fromm reviewed Red Cedar Trail
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HikingGreat!

Fun hike, good scenery and some techincal challenges in the trail. Trail is pretty well marked - pay attention to the direction the red dot diamond marker is pointing to and go that direction. counter clockwise miles 0-8 were five stars, the last few miles have some gravel trails which wasnt the greatest and not as much scenery. Some trees down in the trail as mentioned but that just adds some variety imo. There is a primitive campsite at mile 6 with picnic tables which makes a perfect lunch spot. Loop is great for a good day hike.

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Lynne Nowak reviewed Stone Fort Trail
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Hiking

Great trail. Rugged incline to begin (not difficult, just rocky), then levels off to an easy hike past the stone wall and along the edge of the bluff. We were in and out in about 15 min—definitely worth the quick trip.

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