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on Birdsong Trail

18 hours ago

Great trail for kids of all ages.
Spend the day on the trail and get a snack at Rainbow Gardens

19 hours ago

Gorgeous hike. Hiked it with 5 kids all under the age of 9. Wouldn't consider this hike "easy" for that reason and actually more moderate. 9 & 6 year old boys loved it. Falls are beautiful and refreshing


20 hours ago

Finding a place to park probably took us longer than walking the trail! The parking spot the app connected us to was near the Suzlon wind turbines. I am not sure how it got us there. It then turned out the actual parking lot, which is across the street from the golf course, was gated shut. We were so confused where to park. We ended up parking on East River Bottom Road across from the church, which meant we walked on a part of a different trail that led to the actual parking lot! Then, from there, we walked alongside the road on a bridge, then in a tunnel under the road to the golf course parking lot, into the trail. The trail itself is all paved and easy to walk. It is a nice, short stroll.

Great trail, but a bit of snow and ice the last 1/4 mile or so made it a bit slippery.

Friendly reminder that no dogs are allowed in BCC! There is a sign at the trailhead and another when you head back down towards Mill D. We passed several! :(

21 hours ago

We hired a guide to take us to the wave and it was well worth it! We enjoyed the wave so much and our guide also took us to many places around the wave. I can’t recommend this place enough!

Tough little hike. Probably best with a partner. Trail gets a bit sketchy up a ways, nonetheless it's breathtaking in Oct. prepare for very rugged terrain.

The trail is much prettier after you turn east into the canyon.

Easy trail , good views and beautiful waterfalls

Great easy trail, great for kids (13, 9, 6). Easy to follow signs, cool playground and restrooms at the trailhead. Great fall colors and only a tiny bit of snow off to the sides. Some reviews made it sound like we would be hiking right next to big houses but it wasn't like that at all. Just some off in the distance. Didn't ruin it for me. Beautiful views.

There are a lot of social trails leading up to the tracks and rock art, making it hard to follow the actual trail in some places. Recommend continuing on the the trail to Longbow Arch (about 2.4 miles RT).

Really great hike...did It with my daughters (6, 3) and they had a great time though it was difficult at times due to the amount of people and narrowness of the trail at times. I would do it again. Great sights and a great workout!

Beautiful trail but pretty rocky and heavy traffic.