People tend to check in during these times:
5.5 mile up and down hill loop from lower parking lot. This trail is quite a workout. There are offshoots that can increase length and difficulty depending on your level. Good for mountain bikes,
Bring plenty of water!!
Start from the left side of the loop... You'll eat a better workout
Go left first
Parking is $3 and the lot gets full fast. You can on Mill Ave a mile from the trail.
Let's show a little courtesy to others and not walk in a row spanning 6 people effectively blocking joggers/runners/cyclist or anyone with a pace faster then a walk from ascending or descending.
If you take the left side the last leg of your hike will be shaded! It's hiking delayed gratification...
$3 for 4 hrs, Fools. :-(
I love this place. Great place for a walk,a run, or a bike ride.
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always a nice ~5 mile hike/walk. seen deer a few times.
Go to the left and the inclines are intense. The right is a steady climb
Great Trail. Beautiful Views. The Only Negative Is That You Have To Pay For Parking
Go left for the steeper climb first; Right to do the more gradual climb to the top of the loop.
It's only a 5 mile loop!
Very good hiking trail..with variety of up and down and few short routes in the middle
Start the trail early before the sun gets too hot.
Park on North Mountain Avenue. It's free for all daylight hours. Then you can cut through Johnson's pasture and that makes the trail 7.4 miles
Don't forget to bring your gloves it gets cold especially before sunrise hikes.
Wild sage grows here