The trail is paved, but don't be fooled. There are some fairly steep places. My chubby old self was extremely glad to see benches along the way!
I loved that all the fencing and the benches were made to blend in with the nature of this beautiful trail.
The hike is along a creek and in spring the mountain wildflowers are beautiful. We were able to see trillium, dog hobble, Jack in the Pulpit, Solomon's Seal and False Solomon's Seal.
The half-mile journey took us about two hours, but we were stopping a lot for photos and to listen to the creek and to take in the beauty around us.
The cost is $3 per person, but you can take as long as you want. Be sure to arrive before 5 p.m. -- gates close at 6 and they won't let you in.
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