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This is a very obstacle free trail, however, it does have tight turns with trees and short climbs and descents. No extended climbing.
This trail is currently taken as an out-and-back, and it is great in both directions. The end of the trail is quite obvious, as it just seems to stop all of a sudden where you'll see the orange trail marking flags showing the plan for the next trail work day. The trail is constantly being worked on by the RBRTC, so chances are it's a work day or two longer than what's currently shown.
The trail is very well laid out in the terrain available, probably one of the best locally. This trail barely has any straight lengths, with many twists and turns around trees and terrain. There are also many areas that are bench cut into the side of a hill, and some other areas that are left off camber, which is sure to keep you on your toes.
The trail has almost zero rocks, and very minimal roots, so beginners can fare pretty well here. The terrain is rolling enough to keep things exciting.
The trail is a fun and exciting hike and worth checking out.
The Lake Milton State Park trail system as a whole is still under development by the Rust Belt Revival Trail Coalition, however, this trail is complete and ready to hike!
Shared By: Scott Danish