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hiking
16 hours ago

The trails are well kept and easy to read. There are some steep inclines but nothing too bad and the vistas are absolutely beautiful! They have some really cool areas that help you identify different birds and butterflies and in addition to that there are pamphlets in the parking area that help you identify trees along the paths. The old graveyard and building foundations were interesting as well.

Horrible trail, not marked well at all. It was supposed to be a simple loop and due to poor trail markings we were literally lost in the middle of the woods. Maybe only for experienced hikers, I don’t know. But i can tell you it was supposed to be 1.5 miles and we got lost and were up to 7 miles. Had to call 911 and thank GOD we had reception and the kind officer was able to pick us up on GPS and got us back. Next closest thing to the Blair Witch Project. We got out right before dusk

mountain biking
1 day ago

Great trail...followed falls side up (left) to the top and looped down to overlook...then came down back side of mountain, definitely worth the up hill climb.

hiking
1 day ago

hiking
1 day ago

good for kids biking and walking a dog.

hiking
2 days ago

This is a really nice hike. The first mile is very easy, more of a walk in the woods than a hike. At roughly the first mile you'll encounter some moderate steepness, a narrowing of the path and some mildly rocky terrain. The views at this point are excellent, as you're right next to the first waterfalls. If it's rained recently use caution as the ground is somewhat slippery and spongy and there are some steep drop-offs. The trail splits a number of times, giving ample opportunity to walk close to the falls / stream, but the trail also blazes through the woods on a well-cleared (But not marked) path that leads up to Emery Road. I would put the majority of this hike on the easy side of moderate. There is no rock scrambling or bushwhacking necessary on this hike at all, but be prepared for a couple of very short steep patches. Loved this one!