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Duke Korstian Loop

Easy/Intermediate
 2.8 (4) RECOMMENDED ROUTE

A good all-weather loop.


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4.2

Miles

6.7

KM

Loop

524' 160 m

High

349' 106 m

Low

301' 92 m

Up

304' 93 m

Down

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

16%

Max Grade (9°)

Dogs Unknown

Features Birding · Fall Colors · River/Creek

Closed Monday - Friday for deer herd reduction Sept 26-Dec 16.

Overview

This is a good loop with some steady elevation change and is durable and not sloppy during rainy days.

Description

You'll start out on the Concrete Bridge Road in Loblolly pine forest and then slowly descends to the creek where the forest turns to mixed hardwoods with some Beech trees mixed in near the streams bottom. At this point, you cross the low titular bridge and trend uphill until you until you get to Wooden Bridge Road where you take a left. When the trail dead ends, take a left where you trend downhill until you get to the 'Wooden Bridge.' You'll be going uphill through some lovely forest until you are back on Whitfield Road. Go left on the faint roadside trail to get back to your car.

Flora & Fauna

Mixed pine and hardwood forest.

Contacts

Land Manager: Duke Forest

Shared By:

Russell Hobart

Trail Ratings

  2.8 from 4 votes

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in Duke Forest

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Loblolly pine.
Oct 16, 2016 near Chapel…, NC
Stream crossing.
Oct 16, 2016 near Chapel…, NC
Tall hardwoods.
Oct 16, 2016 near Chapel…, NC
Old millstone on trail.
Oct 16, 2016 near Chapel…, NC

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Jun 30, 2020
Howard Zellman
Jan 5, 2020
Rebecca C
9h 51m
Apr 30, 2017
Jared Brickman
Jan 28, 2017
Mia Halman
New Hope Creek was flowing strongly but its level was well below the Concrete Bridge. We could not find a safe place to cross the creek anywhere else 7.1mi