by Joe Cuhaj (Falcon Guides)
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Overall good 14 mile trail to get out and get some exercise on. If you're only wanting to camp, start the trail from the parking lot side, hike a few miles in until the forest undergrowth disapeers and set up camp. The trail is easy follow and is well marked with white diamond markers throughout the hike. According to my GPS and the longer Conechu Trail (19.2 miles) guide book, the hike is 14 miles instead of the 12 identified in the North loop trail guide. It is a flat trail with a few small gradual ascents and descents. I didn't see much for wildlife, but we hiked during mid day. There are a few places to set up a tent along the first 10 miles, but not many (The undergrowth is thick and would make it hard to set up a tent during most of the hike). The last 3-4 miles offer much better camping.
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