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Nice hike. I have hiked all over the country and do believe that it should be rated as a moderate. The trail is almost 8 miles long, and has some decent inclines.

There is a fair amount of water along the trails which my two labradors greatly appreciated

As a “moderate” Trail I can’t give it a five. It’s a nice walk and it was a quick run around a couple of trails… But it should be rated as easy so you don’t burn the morning on it when you’re looking for something a little more challenging than easy.

Awesome trails. I completed all of them. I love seeing all the old mine areas.

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Friday, April 28, 2017

Great trail for any type of hikers!

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Thursday, June 07, 2012

Another way is to take Richard mine road to coburn rd this becomes teabo rd. then entrance will be on left

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Thursday, June 07, 2012

Nice trail. But the directions are wrong. Stay on st bernard and don't take hilltop to lavin rd. you will see the park entrance and sign. It has 4 different trails to walk

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Monday, March 07, 2011

Part of this is a loop, but part of it is an out and back. I know because I helped in its establishment, and led many interpretive hikes here. Using the trail guide map, this is a great place to learn about early iron mining, see some nice scenery, and even see an oddity or two - like the Pinto shaft, wherein trail developers found an old Ford Pinto, which has been removed. The loop is easy, the out and back is moderate. Dogs love walking here.

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