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trail running
5 hours ago

I stopped here in between site visits for some shinrin-yoku. It was a great trail run because it was easy enough but with constantly changing terrain. It was scenic enough to make the run pleasant; however, it felt Remote enough to motivate me to keep running so that I didn't get stuck in the woods without camping gear. Definitely check it out if you are in the area. There's no scenic outlook. You're constantly in the woods on this trail.

hiking
6 hours ago

The BEST trail we’ve found nearby with plenty of rock scrambling for the kids, which is the only thing they really like about going on hikes with their parents. My 5 and 11 year old loved jumping from rock to rock. Be sure to wear water shoes. You can easily stay dry on the hike as well by sticking to the path along the stream. We found a box turtle on the path. And butterflies. Moderate traffic, people with dogs, folks hanging out at the waterfall and smoking weed. There’s a great kids playground at the start of the blue trail as well. Plenty of shade. Only complaint is the trail markers are terrible. We stuck to the path, but it was awful when there was more than one worn path, trying to figure out where to turn, particularly at the end of the loop when you need to turn around and the blue trail seems to intersect with another trail.

Flat terrain beautiful scenery light bike traffic.

Rockburn trail is a moderate scenic forest ride with a few sand traps, lots of roots and 4-6 inch logs to jump. Morning Choice is a hard ride with berms, stream crossings, tight switchbacks and constant 6-12 inch logs. Definitely a chance to work on skills.

Rockburn trail is a moderate scenic forest ride with a few sand traps, lots of roots and 4-6 inch logs to jump. Morning Choice is a hard ride with berms, stream crossings, tight switchbacks and constant 6-12 inch logs. Definitely a chance to work on skills.

hiking
18 hours ago

hiking
18 hours ago

hiking
19 hours ago

This was a great hike! The outhouse just before the overlook was key :). It can be strenuous at the beginning as it is quite rocky and almost all uphill. I arrived at about 1:00 on a gorgeous Sunday afternoon and there was ample parking. Can't wait to go back when the leaves are more colorful.

trail running
19 hours ago

Short and easy hike.