Cedar Brake Trail

Water in the stream
Zach grabbing a drink along the hike!
User: Pitmaster - 12/4/2013

Location: Cedar Ridge Preserve

Rating: 4stars
Difficulty: 4stars  Solitude: 4stars
Miles Hiked: 2.40 Miles  Elapsed Time: 50 minutes

Comments:

I hike this trail a lot as it a perfect length for a weekday workout.  It has varied surfaces, elevations and landscape.  There are no real vistas on this trail, although they have recently added a short side trail with a bench overlooking one of the valleys in the park.  While most of this trail can be hiked after rain, there is one small stretch where the "gum-mud" holds water and permanently adheres to boots and clothing if the area has not sufficently dried.
 



Log Photos
Contrasting Colors
Water in the stream
Solitary Bench
Bridge Crossing
Along the Trail
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