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Kara Apperson
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Hiking

Excellent trail! Very well marked and kept up. This trail had some pretty steep uphill sections (of course) but the trail is very shaded and it’s not too hot so it’s manageable. I will say that it’s pretty rocky, so if you have walking poles or a stick bring it along for some extra balance on some parts. The views are worth it though, I really enjoyed this trail!

Brittney Pugh
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Hiking

great trail with great views of the lake. short, steep terrain here and there.

Tyler Kacich
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Hiking

Beautiful views from the lookouts

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Kristin Brady
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Hiking

Gorgeous trail! Lots of areas where you can drop down to private areas on the water to swim. Lots of shade, but rocky in areas.

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Jeremy Stump
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Mountain biking

I would recommend to begin by crossing the road and dropping downhill first. Nice great of easy/moderate rocky trail down to and along creek. I suggest this direction because the newer gravel on the other end makes the climb , out to the roadside trail, much nicer than the alternative direction. Added the reservoir loop and bits just to lengthen the ride back. Might connect the scotts run to the headwaters trail and intermediate ski hill for a full 2 hour ride. COOP’s is the best!

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Zachary Lydon
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Hiking

Very nice trail

Andrielle Yost
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Hiking

Gorgeous trail. Get there early to have the trail to yourself!

Erik Spurgin
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HikingRockyScramble

Brutal ascent with 1800+ feet of elevation gain. We then made it a loop connecting with Young’s Nature Trail. Difficult route, have water, take your time, and rest as needed.

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L A
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Hiking

Great hike with lots of shade, elevation gain, and historic sites along the way. The pedestrian footbridge has reopened. Today only the river access and train station parking lots were open. River access parking was 3/4 full by 9 am. No charge for parking while the park is closed. Lots of others on the overlook trail, but the full Maryland Heights Loop was mostly empty.

Jason Brooks
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The falls are nice, crowded but nice. You can take this trail down stream and start rock hopping when it ends to continue to see the river and the views.

Kevin Zhea
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Hiking

This trail was lame. A town with so many awesome trails. This was boring. No waterfalls or water at all like some of the pics suggest. I gave 3 stars just because it was well marked and maintained.

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Kristin Brady
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Hiking

Highly recommend!! It’s a short, easy hike. Lots of shade and the rocks are phenomenal to walk through! We cut over on rhododendron and looped back following the map to add some extra distance.

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Kevin Zhea
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Hiking

Some views were ok. Not worth 5 stars but a strong 4

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Jodi Dodd
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Hiking

Great gravel path. Flat. Benches along the way. I’d never seen this very lovely side of Huntington! Wonderful!

Michael Miller
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HikingOver grown
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Marie Colerick
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This was a surprisingly nice trail but do get there early because parking is an issue!!

Lisa H
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Hiking

Parked at the Chambers Farmhouse. Hardly any people. Easy walk on gravel and mowed grass. We had a slight breeze so no excessive problems with bugs. Dog, teenager and I enjoyed the weather, history, and the overlook.

Audrey Elswick
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Hiking

Great trail. Mostly all shaded, except out on the rocks of course. Coming back out is an incline and will definitely have your heart pumping. The view at the end is worth it though.

Donna Cline
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Walking

Beautiful, short walk around the top of Spruce Knob. Try to hit it at sunset! It was chilly, even in July.

Jason Brooks
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Nice trail that offers a bit of everything. Start on the low side (left at the intersection) to follow the river and you will get a steady uphill for the second half of the hike. The Fern meadow on the upper section is a nice end to the hike.

Karen Westray
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Hiking

This distance is to the overlook not the shelter. The shelter and back is 6.2 miles and is a low traffic area good for all ages and dogs on leash. The shelter is fantastic and may have hikers there in the morning and evening if just on a day hike.

Calvin Hrezik
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HikingRocky

so. worth. it.

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Jennifer Lewis
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HikingBugsRocky

Great trail! Lots of rocky areas and a beautiful view at Devil’s Nose.

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Erik Spurgin
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HikingOver grown

I really enjoyed this trail and opted to go clockwise to do the major ascent first. It didn’t look like anyone except a Forest Ranger had been on this trail for a long while, but frankly that was fine as I prefer the solitude and gladly trade that for a little overgrowth. Staying on trail was relatively easy despite the absence of blazes and very little signage.

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Hailley Hendrickson
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HikingBugs
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Kenny Newhouse
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Hiking

I really enjoyed this trail. It’s a fairly easy hike to the top of Seneca Rocks. I went on a Saturday, and there were a lot of people. The trail is paved very well, and it’s easy to navigate. I’d say in and out, minus stopping at the top, it took about an hour and forty five minutes to complete.

Cynthia Martin
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HikingRockyScramble

First .75 mile is steep and rocky, but the trail mostly smooths out after that and is mostly shaded. I highly recommend ankle support! We had a great breeze for most of the hike. The trail was dry, despite rain the night before. We passed a nice campsite about half way up and enjoyed magnificent views from the top after a short scramble to the bridge and at the lookout point. We began our hike at 8:30am on a Saturday and took one of the last available parking spaces in the lot. Only passed a few folks on the ascent. But by the time we finished at noon, it was very crowded at the campsite. Bathrooms are available near the trailhead. Plenty of tp, but no water. We did see a water pump near the picnic tables across from the restroom, but did not use it. Looking forward to returning in the fall!

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