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  • The Redbird Crest Trail is a 65-mile loop trail, which begins and ends near the Redbird Ranger District Office. The trail generally follows the ridgetops. Some parts may be steep and rough. It is a mu...
  • The remote and stunning Suomi Hills has 19 miles of hiking, biking and ski trails and is part fo a semi-primitive nonmotorized area. The rolling topography offers mountain bike trails for intermediate...
  • A five mile trail located nine miles northwest of Marcell off Forest Road 2423, Jingo also offers an impoundment with abundant waterfowl and wetlands....
  • Lake Erin is located seven miles southeast of Walker, Minnesota. Lake Erin includes a picnic area and an interpretive trail around the lake. Lake Erin is adjacent to the North Country Trail. It is a g...
  • The Cut Foot Sioux Trail is a 22-mile (35 km) loop trail in the Chippewa National Forest of Minnesota, USA. It follows gravel and sand forestry roads that are now used for hiking, biking, cross-countr...
  • Trout Lake SNA offers 6000 acres of forest with 26 miles of shoreline on 11 lakes. Ten miles of primitive roads and trails provide access for hunting, hiking, or skiing. There are a number of primitiv...
  • Vermilion Falls is a cascading torrent of water forced through a 10-foot wide opening in the granite. It is part of the Vermilion River which runs north 40 miles from Lake Vermilion and empties into C...
  • From the parking lot, the trail follows an old roadbed for about a half mile, then turns right and traverses a young forest of jack pine and aspen for most of its length. The last half mile of this tr...
  • This trail follows gentle terrain with a few steep, rocky sections and some wet areas. A short distance from the trailhead at Lake Jeanette, you will cross the Echo Trail. Watch carefully for traffic ...
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    The Explorer Trail is a very short 1/2 mile trail that connects to the Turpentine Hill Trail just south of where the Turpentine Hill Trai...

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    The Calcasieu Ranger District manages two trail systems: the Claiborne and Enduro Trails. Both trails offer a variety of recreation exper...

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    The Calcasieu Ranger District manages two trail systems: the Claiborne and Enduro Trails. Both trails offer a variety of recreation exper...

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    The Caroline Dormon Trail is 10.5 miles of horseback, hiking, or biking trail that is not a loop. The start of the trail is on FH 59 (Lon...

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    The Big Branch Trail is a 10 mile trail that can be used by horse riders, hikers, and bikers. This trail is a complete loop trail that c...

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    The Backbone Trail is the main trail out of the 4 separate wilderness hikes. One trailhead is just off FH 59 (Longleaf Scenic Byway) on ...

  • The Kisatchie National Forest in Louisiana provides 2 designated OHV trails and 2 National Park hiking trails for visitors to enjoy. The Stuart Nature Trail, the Glenn Emery Trail and the Camp Livi...

  • The Explorer Trail is a very short 1/2 mile trail that connects to the Turpentine Hill Trail just south of where the Turpentine Hill Trail connects to the Backbone Trail. There is a very scenic view a...
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    The Turpentine Ridge Trail has a trailhead located between the Caroline Dormon Trailhead and the entry road for the Longleaf Vista Recrea...

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    The High Ridge Trail is 1.5 miles in length and joins the Backbone Trail about 3 miles from the FR 339 trailhead. Scenery and landscape p...

  • The Backbone Trail is the main trail out of the 4 separate wilderness hikes. One trailhead is just off FH 59 (Longleaf Scenic Byway) on FR 329 at the Caroline Dormon/Backbone Trailheads. The other end...
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    The Sandstone Multiple-Use Trail is the Kisatchie Ranger District's only trail designated as multiple-use. Multiple-use means that all OH...

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    The Longleaf Vista Recreation Area has a very exciting 1.5 mile interpretive trail that makes a loop through a wide variety of forest set...

  • The Caroline Dormon Trail is 10.5 miles of horseback, hiking, or biking trail that is not a loop. The start of the trail is on FH 59 (Longleaf Scenic Byway) and the end is just short of the Kisatchie ...
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    The Catahoula Ranger District has a number of trails for visitors to utilize. From OHV trails in the Camp Livingston trail system, the St...

  • The Catahoula Ranger District has a number of trails for visitors to utilize. From OHV trails in the Camp Livingston trail system, the Stuart Nature Trail, to the Glenn Emery hiking and biking trail. ...
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    The Hickman Trail Loop is a moderately difficult trail that traverses through varying trail types but is predominately upland pine hills....

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    The Catahoula Ranger District has a number of trails for visitors to utilize. From OHV trails in the Camp Livingston trail system, the St...

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    The Little Creek Loop Trail is an easy to moderate OHV trail that traverses across a wide variety of terrain. A number of creek crossings...

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    The Caney Lakes Unit has the Sugar Cane National Recreation Trail running straight through it's Caney Lakes Recreation Complex. With hill...

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    This route, one of the finest scenic drives in Louisiana, was nominated in partnership with the Louisiana Department of Culture, Recreati...

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    The Turkey Pen Trail can only be used by horseback riders and hikers. It is approximately 2 miles long with a trailhead at the Government...

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    The 'Ol Sarge Trail is approximately 1/2 mile long and circles 3-acre spring fed Little Cypress Pond. There are numerous interpretive sig...

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    The Fullerton Mill Trail is located in the Fullerton lake Recreation Complex. The trail head has an interpretive historic bulletin board with...

  • The Calcasieu Ranger District manages two trail systems: the Claiborne and Enduro Trails. Both trails offer a variety of recreation experiences within the Kisatchie National Forest that is actively ma...
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    The Ouiska Chitto Trail is a 10 mile trail that can be used by horse riders, hikers, and bikers. It is a designated non-motorized trail t...

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    Valentine Lake Loop Trail travels along the full north shore of Valentine Lake and then breaks away to the north to make a complete 3.4 m...

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    The Indian Ridge Trail is a short and easy hike along a ridge overseeing Kincaid Lake and the surrounding area. Beautiful views of the la...

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    At the western end of Lemotte Creek Trail is a lengthy boardwalk that was erected in 2004 for the crossing of Lemotte Creek and the surro...

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    Traveling from the East Boat Launch on the Lakeshore Trail, visitors will enjoy a moderately difficult hiking biking trail that meanders ...

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    The Wild Azalea Trail has been designated by the Chief of the Forest Service as a National Recreation Trail because of its outstanding sc...