“An easy and pretty flat trail that connects the Choate Mine Trail (Red Trail) to the Red Run Trail (Orange Trail).”
— Chris Coder
Hunting is permitted during white tailed deer season in designated areas only. No hunting Sunday and other specified days.
Visit the MD DNR Soldiers Delight website
for more information, and click here
for a printable PDF map.
Features: Birding — Fall Colors — River/Creek — Spring — Wildlife
Toward the southern end of the trail, you'll run through/ cross the stream multiple times. The rocks are slippery and there is no way to avoid them, so be careful here.
This trail flows off of the Choate Mine Trail (Red Trail)
, and will connect to the Red Run Trail (Orange Trail)
at the easternmost point. This portion of the trail is relatively rocky and runs straight with the stream for a hundred feet or so.
A sharp turn at the southern tip of the trail will put you back into the woods and on the dirt singletrack. There are a few logs and downed trees to hop over. Get out there and enjoy! The trails are will marked with hunting safety zone signs.