hiking
4 days ago

Love Wolfe Park! We spend a lot of time there in the summers stewarding the creek and picking up trash. For those who haven't been able to easily access the waterfall, take a left at the end of the bridge going into the park and follow that trail - it's a much easier walk down.

Very muddy! But my dog loved it!!

hiking
11 days ago

Great pond for the dogs to swim in! Trails could be marked a little better and a little muddy...but super beautiful and low trafficked!

hiking
14 days ago

Great spot! Lots of different trails and a sweet waterfall.

hiking
14 days ago

This trail had a beautiful view at the top and a pond for my dog to swim in at the end of the hike. It was super low trafficked and we didn’t see any other hikers when were there. The trails weren’t marked very clearly so we managed to get lost, but we still had service so we were able to use the app to get us out! :) Trail was also really muddy in the woods when we went so water proof shoes might be a good choice!

Good trail...many more off the main one. Little soggy in spots

hiking
bugs
18 days ago

hiking
25 days ago

When you come to the T at the power lines take the power lines that head northwest and the trail continues there on the right side of the power lines

hiking
muddy
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

When you get to the T in the trail near the power lines walk up the power lines about 500/1000 feet then the trail continues on the right side of the power lines.

on Wolfe Park

1 month ago

very disappointed with this trail. it was not marked well at all, forced off the trail many times. very muddy!! not easy to follow at all. was not able to even get to the point to access the waterfall.

hiking
1 month ago

A touch wet but nothing terrible. A lot of the trail had markers on the tree but at one point I made a wrong turn and got off track a little bit but was able to pick up the trail later on.

hiking
muddy
1 month ago

Hiked in early May as part of the Broome county dozen challenge. Easy to follow and nice views along the way. Pretty muddy in some spots but we were able to bypass it all ok.

Simple trail and easy to follow. Hiked in early May as part of the Broome County Dozen challenge. was pretty muddy but nothing too bad but we were glad we had waterproof boots. Great for beginners and for those who want to get some exercise in instead of sit in the park.

Hiked as part of the Broome County Dozen Challenge. This trail was better than I expected and relatively easy to follow. would recommend for beginners

Hiked in April as part of the Broome County Dozen challenge. it was SUPER muddy. to the point where we were sinking in up to our shins. Trail up the mountain to the ski slope area wasn't as bad and easy to follow.

hiking
muddy
over grown
1 month ago

Good trail. Still very muddy in parts. Be prepared for shoes to get dirty and for some slippery terrain. Bug spray would also be helpful. Good views in some moments on blue bird loop. Often overgrown and not very well cleared. Moderately challenging and still overall a good trail.

hiking
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

This is a delightful easy walk around the permitter of the lake. I walked towards the lake and then veered right towards the boathouse. I followed an unmarked path through the woods and then eventually got on a road near a small bridge that had gray post markings and followed them. Stop along the way to get breathtaking views of the lake or sit on the bench to meditate. About 3/4 of the way the path splits veer to the left of the perimeter of the lake. Great hike for beginner hikers, mindful walk exercises and mountain bikers. Enjoy!

hiking
bugs
flooded
muddy
1 month ago

Forced off trail for much of our hike because of the mud. The waterfall was smaller and less accessible than it appears. Very buggy. Wait until conditions are better.

hiking
1 month ago

Great trail with beautiful views of the valley. I highly recommend wearing waterproof high top hiking boots. Its muddy at times but that’s normal in the spring. I parked my car at student parking lot #5 off of north college drive. Walk up the hill across the parking lot and you will see a booth with a map at the beginning of the red trail. Follow the red trail to the blue trail that heads up the big hill. The paths are not always well marked. Take a pic of the map at the booth so you have it as your guide. Along the way you will see posts of information about the animals and plants in the forest ecosystem. Take a moment to stop, look and even listen. I saw many red hawks, dear and bunnies go by. Great to hike in any weather condition if you wear proper gear. Enjoy!

It’s a very pretty area and doing both sides of Maxian Road makes for a nice hike. The ski slope area is a great workout with a decent hill climb. The pond side can get sloppy during wet weather and it was difficult to know where we were. The trails aren’t well marked.

The weather prior to our hike hadn’t been all that rainy but there was a significant area of mud where we started the trail. Overall a wonderful hike and a great day to get out and get fresh air. Easy hike for people of all ages and skill sets.

hiking
muddy
2 months ago

Decent trail a little muddy from maintenance vehicles driving on the path to install a new bridge. Overall a decent walk though.

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