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Emily Beach
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HikingRocky
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Ann Young
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Hiking

Pretty idyllic end to a date night after a full belly from The Village Anchor. Somewhat busy walking/running path (not trail), but lovely to encourage good digestion and fresh air. Worth a visit for a sweet walk.

Cara Cooke
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Hiking

Nice walk. Not really a hiking trail but besides it being busy with many walkers it was nice ! Saw a lot of wildlife :) I went off the paved area and ended up at a small stream .

Michelle Haag-Campbell
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RunningClosed
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Nathan251 H.
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Mountain bikingBugsNo shadeOver grown
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Matthew Feldman
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Hiking

Easy paved trail, nicely maintained and not too crowded.

William Bowles
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Hiking

Just a note. This is the Mitchell Hill Lake Trail. For the 3.4 mile version, you take Yost Ridge from the Welcome Center to the Mitchell Hill Lake loop.

Brad Utterback
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Road biking

Nice flat lightly trafficked paved road. Great views of the lake and of the dam itself.

Jacob Gibbs
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Pleasant, paved trail that has a great elavated panoramic view of the river. Great for families. Only downside is the smell of rotting fish. And you should avoid the bathrooms if possible- they are gross.

Samantha Miller
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Hiking

Beautiful trail! Lots of different things to see- from the water, to the woods, to a couple big hills, this is a great one. Good, moderate workout

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Abbey Daulton
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Hiking

Great paved trail. Great spots to look out on the water and watch the fish. Easy walk, fairly flat.

Kelsey S.
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Hiking

It’s a nice paved trail within a city. There are a few areas to explore off the paved path.

Stacy French
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Road biking

Great trail for amateur bikers! Flat most of the way. We will come back!!

Rachel Gallagher
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HikingMuddy

Good Hike to celebrate the long weekend. Dead Coyote on the trail, which startled me. Otherwise gorgeous and good to take your dog with you.

Heather a.
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Hiking

Nice walk through a park, but I definitely wouldn't call it a trail. It's a paved walking path. Pretty trees, lots of birds, beautiful little creeks and brooks, wild grapes... lots to see, hear, and photograph. The other gets really busy - even at 7am on a Sunday, and nobody is wearing face coverings, so caveat ambulans (Walkers Beware). We put in 2.3 miles total, exploring some of the small side shoots to the lake and other areas.

Tracey Garnett
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HikingMuddy

I’ve hiked this trail several times and enjoy it more with every visit. The scenery isn’t extraordinary, however it’s shaded, well marked and a peaceful hike throughout. The trails are well marked, and there are a few picnic tables next to the lake for a break before continuing the loop. The day I went someone had left a bunch of garbage by the trash can.

Austin S
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Mountain bikingOver grownRocky

Information across the internet is pretty out of date. From what I can tell, the full 36 miles is finished except the Tiptop tunnel. That was extremely hard to find as most official sites don't seem to have been updated in years. This trail is a good idea in need of attention. Kentucky really needs more of these longer multiuse trails as the drivers in this state are the most reckless and selfish I've every experienced while the landscape can be breathtaking. However, this trail needs some serious reevaluation. It runs right through people's yards (dodging kid's flipflops and pudding cups, looking through windows, smelling dirty dog kennels) and ends up blending with their drive ways in places. You'll be looking at literal garbage, feces, and litter as much as nature. Some natural barriers to block views, better division of road/driveway vs trail, etc would go a long way. The local horse users can't seem to follow rules or respect others. I've literally never experienced so much fecal matter or hoof damage on a trail. There are far too many anti vehicle barriers, apparently because the locals couldn't keep ATVs off of it. You will probably be chased by an angry dog or five despite all the signage. There are major issues with rail conditions as well. Some sections are loaded with gravel filled pot holes that, similar to sand, will bring a bike to a near stop. Others that are covered in something between what the gravel cycling community calls cat 3 and cat 4 gravel. There are heavily rutted sections and grass covered sections. Crushed limestone trails are supposed to be almost asphalt easy for bikes, but this trail really requires a gravel or mountain bike. If I wanted to mountain bike, I'd buy one and make use of the insane amount of single track in this state. If they can't be bothered to maintain crushed limestone, they should consider paving: harder to set up and far less pleasant, but it would hold up longer. Plenty of horse trails in this state. I don't think the horses by loosing a whole lot in the big picture. There are some pleasant elements to this trail: occasionally the scenic quality starts to approach the standards set by the Danial Boone NF, there is a very pleasant tunnel that you can pass through, some of the farm animals are entertaining to watch. But, as with most things in this state, the design is haphazard, the managing organization can't be bothered to do it's job with consistency, and the locals can't be bothered to follow rules or respect others. If this is supposed to be the backbone of a ecotourism industry, as many news articles claim it to be, said effort is doomed without some revamping. I'd go back, but purely because you have to leave the state to find another.

Jessica Hoffman
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Hiking

Empty trail free of debris and well maintained. Orange trail was a little bit of a lung buster with some heavy inclines. Opportunities to tack on several more miles- we ended up adding on red trail and finished off with ~11 miles. Beautiful, lush trees and heavily shaded for a majority of the hike.

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AllTrails User
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Hiking

Nice shady trail, relatively flat. Probably has more mountain bike traffic than hiking but not bad on a weekday morning.

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Mark Payton
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Hiking

This was a very nice trail and it had so many amazing parts to it! Beautiful bridges, amazing scenery, and so peaceful! This trail had many bikers and things to see! I recommend this trail for families and anyone trying to get the peaceful vibes of nature!

Leigh LaViolette
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Hiking

great road trail for biking, walking strollers, etc. right now it seems the road is closed to vehicle traffic too, what a great idea

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Rose Harper
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Hiking

Known for it's wealthy residents and citations to non-residents, I was too concerned about inadvertently stepping out of line to explore all the side trails Beautiful area, only complaint was that the only 'marked' trail is paved. Would like to see a natural trail labeled

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Jonathan Searle
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HikingMuddy
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S W
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Hiking

This is my go to spot! It is so pretty and peaceful. Easy walk with lots to see.

Diana Keul
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Walking

This is one of my favorite walking trails in the park. It is a great combination of hills and flat. Combined with the Louisville Loop to the Seatonville Trail Head and you have a great 3.5 mile walk.

Lauren Oliver
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Hiking

Love it here, but I would not call this a trail at all. A very nice walk in an old city park/woods. Good for spring wildflowers, hammocking, and a release from the real world.

Cole Wall
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Mountain bikingOver grown

Good trail needs trees moved

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