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Too many mountain bikes racing make it dangerous for dogs & kids.

Great walk but not much of a trail though. Basically a hike up and down the beach. Very pleasant.

hiking
14 hours ago

Lots of deer and other wildlife to see!

hiking
19 hours ago

We started our hike at around 5 pm. Arrived at camping ground on top of mountain at around 7pm. Spent the night there and around 8:30 am we started the hike to the peak. It took us 45 minutes to reach the peak. Finally from the peak to our car we descended in around two hours.

First mile and a half were the steepest and hardest, specially carrying our overnight camp gear. From there on it levels a little. Pace yourself the first mile and a half.

We took around 1.5 litters of water per person and had some left when we finished.

Since the trail starts on the east side of the mountain you can start the climb in mid afternoon and have shade.

hiking
21 hours ago

Harvey has destroyed the 3.2 mile trail. Very muddy

Signs say that it's closed due to Hurricane damage however the hurricane damage increase the difficulty level and made it a lot more fun.

Perfect weather for biking. Lots of birds and reptiles were around. My 12 year old son loved it and so did I.

This trail is a nice little surprise tucked away just inside the West Loop near Memorial Park. Very quiet and relaxing walk.