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Excellent trail full of climbs, beautiful scenery, and creek crossings. Enjoy!

Not hard. Moderate at best. Definitely has some beautiful areas, and mostly through woods. However there is a lot of highway noise near the turn around. A good trail, for sure.

hiking
3 days ago

Loved loved loved this trail! It was a fun place to explore and beautiful

hiking
4 days ago

Park at the Pine Lane Trailhead. Definitely a workout (especially for people just getting back into hiking) on the outward segment of the Buckeye Trail. Be prepared to hike to the top of the ridge. I used the bridle trail to loop back around and hiked back in on the Buckeye Trail. Also be prepared to cross a section of the creek. It was shallow enough that my boots didn't get too wet, but I can imagine after a heavy rain it could get a little trickier to cross.

hiking
8 days ago

Great trail for running/training. Nice few sceneries to be seen on the 4 seasons of the year!!

Relaxing path for a stroll, not many people. Benches at the top of the quarry are a nice place to stop and relax. Would recommend boots or shoes you don’t mind getting dirty

Probably one of my all time favorite trails. I spend so much time here. I love the wildlife. There’s owls. There’s ducks. There’s herons. This trail is amazing. Be aware that the bridge in back of Szalays is out so you have to take a little detour. This is my running trail as well. I wish I could give this place 6 stars. So many wonderful memories here

hiking
14 days ago

The lake is pretty. There are great opportunities for some pretty cool wildlife photos but other than that, nothing special. There’s always lots of people. You can hear traffic. It’s just not a very calming trail. Keep your eyes out for perverts. They like this park. It would be one thing if they were cute but it’s usually old men making gestures that make me embarrassed for them.

Wow. Just wow!!!!!!! I love this trail because it makes you sweat and breathe. Grueling in some areas but this trail has it all. It’s quiet and you feel that you are alone in the wilderness. This is definitely for someone who loves to hike and has experience hiking.

hiking
14 days ago

One of my all time favorite trails. It’s quiet and peaceful and so beautiful. There are lots of photo ops here. There are 2 rows of trees that are perfectly aligned. Everyone loves taking photos here. There’s also a mysterious home hidden in the woods. You will have to go off the path. There’s a beautiful pond as well with some beautiful wildlife. This trail isn’t too hard but it’s a little longer than most so just make sure you have the time to do the whole thing.

on Plateau Trail

18 days ago

Great trail for runners! Numerous options for side trails to add on to your run/hike. Minimal mud and hills.

Nice trail, well groomed with moderate elevation changes.

on Ledges Trail

23 days ago

Nice, easy kid and pet friendly trail for a great family outing.

24 days ago

Was a great outing and even though it was a bit chilly and wet everyone still enjoyed the views!

a little confusion with signage. we took "short loop" instead of "Boston trail". trail l is named "Boston run trail". this caused a double back and we didn't complete the "Boston run trail" for this reason.

hiking
1 month ago

Solid trails with great scenery. Minimal wildlife but good otherwise.

I would've given a better rating if more than half the trail wasn't along a busy road. The last part of the trail was more peaceful. Relatively flat except for a downhill at the beginning and a nice short climb at the end.

us there went on a hike here at buckie trail. It was beautiful and very pretty. Even when there was snow on the ground the trail was still visible.

hiking
1 month ago

Although a short trail it was an amazing hike with gorgeous overlooks and geological formations.

hiking
1 month ago

Walked this trail. Well marked Buckeye Trail for first half clockwise to furthest point north, then need to follow the bridle trail which takes a little awareness of direction! Second half went quicker than first half until we came across a bridge out and had to get creative to cross the Creek. Fun scrambling in the undergrowth in the winter. Can imagine in the summer if the bridge isn't fixed it won't be so great....

The stream crossing on the way back, not even a mile from the end, had a lot of trees down. There looked to be 3 or 4 huge trees down right at the crossing and that was more challenging than the stream. It was definitely a good work out with the mud on the bridal trail portion.

hiking
1 month ago

Great inclines. A little muddy. Pleasant changes of scenery.

walking
1 month ago

Great place to see trees chewed up by beaver! Plenty of parking, shelter with restrooms and seating. Beautiful!!

Beautiful and relaxing with opportunity for hours of riding!

hiking
1 month ago

Nice hike, only saw one other person the whole time. Easy to navigate. Still pretty even though it’s all brown and dreary out. Not as muddy as I expected, even after the rain. Would still recommend some shoes/boots that you don’t mind getting dirty

Went on a group hike - a bit muddy and slick in places. Trekking poles are a good idea right now. Definitely bring a change of shoes

hiking
1 month ago

2 months ago

love. its not 4 miles. much shorter.maybe 2.

Not bad. Not sure I would rate as “ hard “ though. Very muddy this time of year so bring a change of shoes !

Great for a quick loop or two! Beautiful pond off of one of trails!!

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