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Nawahunta Fire Road

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Length


1.2 Miles 2.0 Kilometers


167' 51 m

Ascent

-98' -30 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

9%

Max Grade (5°)

962' 293 m

High

795' 242 m

Low

Shared By Jennifer Maskell

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This fire road is used by many hikers.

Jennifer Maskell

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Features Birding · Cave · Fall Colors · Lake · River/Creek · Wildlife

Description

This is an unmarked trail used commonly by hikers. The start of this trail is difficult to see in the spring and summer when there is abundant plant life; however, there is a cairn on the side of the path (about 50 feet off the path) indicating where it is.

The trail follows a woods road, passing the Lewis Mine entrance just 0.2 miles from the start of the trail. It continues to climb a very nominal grade to 0.8 miles then descends slightly to the junction with Long Path: Section 6.

Flora & Fauna

Rabbits, deer, and a very rare bear can be found here. You'll go past some wetlands, so make sure to bring some insect repellent during the warmer months!

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