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For a trail of this length and in this area, Dilcher-Turner is among the best. Beautiful forest, great birds, exposed rock, moss, lichen, waterfalls, gorgeous uplands. Spectacular. Thank you David and Rudy, and their family and supporters, through Sycamore Land Trust, for this gift to the community.

hiking
muddy
3 days ago

walking
3 days ago

Nice winter hike. Either I am getting old or this trail wasn’t easy. Really enjoyed the trail alone the stream. Nice outing on a sunny but cool Friday afternoon.

probably woulda enjoyed this trail more if it wasn't 100+ degrees that day.

road biking
5 days ago

one of our favorite trails. Wish it was closer to home

This is a section of the AHT , starting at the Pioneer Cabin and doing and out and back hike with a stop off at the campground in Obannon Woods State Park. I like this section for the hill training. It’s a good 2 mile mostly uphill grade to the campground. Good news the return trip is of course mostly downhill. Enjoy!

Very well marked trail mostly woods. Easy to follow in early spring. Just enough elevation to keep you breathing.

Great views of three separate waterfalls.

This one had some views but were blocked by trees. Really enjoyed hiking it today because it was less wet than previously. Great hike in preparation for training for an endurance hike you.

hiking
icy
muddy
7 days ago

We jumped around trail to trail due to the creek being up. We will come back on a warmer day with proper footwear. Loved the waterfall. That alone was worth the trip.

mountain biking
muddy
7 days ago

I hiked to Pixley Knob Road Trailhead from the Deams Lake Knobstone Trailhead. It’s an easy hike to mile marker #4 then the hill climbing begins. There is a steep valley between mile marker #5 and #6 that will be very difficult. Muddy conditions made it even more challenging. There is still a lot of hill work from the 6 mile marker to the mile 8 marker where then you begin your switchback decent to Pixley Knob Road. Please note that the trail continues across Pixley Knob Road. The parking is north of the trail where you cross Pixley Knob Road. It’s marked with A trailhead sign and it has gravel parking for a few cars. Enjoy!

hiking
blowdown
closed
over grown
7 days ago

There is a parking area for this trail but no signs whatsoever. We had trouble finding the trailhead and once we did made it about a mile before turning back because we completely lost the trail. If not officially closed this trail is not currently being maintained and is not marked. I would suggest doing the nebo ridge trail which is right down the road

beautiful

hiking
rocky
8 days ago

Great way to get some cardio in. The weather warmed up today and was causing all the ice to come falling down. Some were pretty large pieces that caused us to turn back. Other than that I would go back and do it again.

hiking
muddy
8 days ago

First, we really enjoyed this trail and will certainly return. Plenty of bird watching (Red Headed Woodpeckers, Pileated Woodpecker). The trail was muddy in places but that was expected with the amount of rain we've had. Second: By no means was this trail difficult, but I think it's "easy" rating is a bit off. An "easy trail" would be somewhere I could take my 76 year old grandma to hike. I would not bring my 76 year old grandma to this trail. Too many hills, couple that are steep. Beanblossom Bottoms is an EASY trail. Lastly, heads up... it's a two car parking area. The reviews about what you see on this trail by other reviewers are spot on.

hiking
muddy
8 days ago

Pretty muddy at the bottom, the ridge wasn't bad though.

hiking
8 days ago

Now a private club gun range.

hiking
icy
muddy
snow
8 days ago

Hard to follow trail in the beginning due to leaves. Very beautiful and quick hike

hiking
muddy
8 days ago

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