Features: Fall Colors — River/Creek — Wildflowers — Wildlife
The Dobbin Grade Trail connects Bear Rocks Trail
with the Rocky Ridge Trail
to the west. It's 4.3 miles of open meadows, muddy bogs, and speckled forests. The elevation changes are manageable... but navigating the bogs can be tricky. Be prepared to get muddy while working your way through the bogs. Don't be surprised if you find yourself ankle deep in some sections! There's also some creek crossings that may require you to remove your boots (and socks)!
At about mile 2 you pass this trail's intersection with the Raven Ridge Trail
and at mile 3 you pass Beaver View Trail
before reaching the terminus at Rocky Ridge Trail