“A fun hike amongst karst and sinkholes.”
— Jim Reyome
Birding · Cave · Fall Colors · Views
Probably the most challenging (read: fun!) trail in the park, this path leads amongst limestone karst and sinkholes, giving evidence of what is going on beneath the surface. This can be done as part of a hike by taking the Marshall Knobs (Red) Trail
south from the Wilderness Station and then onto the loop; or, better yet, just do the whole lot...take the Red Trail
all the way around and do the White and Blue trails along the way. It's a great trip!