Banam Shaw Trail
ElevationAscent: 20' 6 m
Descent: -2' -1 m
High: 720' 219 m
Low: 700' 213 m
GradeAvg Grade: 0% (0°)
Max Grade: 1% (0°)
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“A shaded trail transiting Shaw Creek providing ample opportunities to see various wildlife.”— DD Avey
The trail offers a few crossing bridges which allow users to experience both sides of the creek. It is not uncommon to see deer and several species of birds during a visit to this trail. The trail is also a popular location for geocachers to hide their loot. The trail was blazed by the local Boy Scouts in 2004 and provides plenty of shade, which is perfect to fend off a hot summer day.
The Banam Shaw Trail can also link with the Briarwood Forest Trail and Billy Creek Trail by way of access points and residential roads found in the Deerfield Hills subdivision to extend the day's adventure.
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Land Manager: City of Elizabethtown, KY