ElevationAscent: 321' 98 m
Descent: -348' -106 m
High: 1,052' 321 m
Low: 721' 220 m
GradeAvg Grade: 6% (3°)
Max Grade: 18% (10°)
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It starts at the firetower, which also is something fun to do in the park (if you can make the climb up the stairs, the view from the 90-foot structure is worth it).
After hitting the trail, you'll run along a wide, straight path before meeting a split in the trail. Stay to the left to continue your run. Next, you’ll approach a steep descent, which levels out at the bottom. A couple more small ascents and descents, and you’ll discover a little pond about one mile in. Shortly after, the trail will become more washed out as you encounter a steep descent into the trail basin.
At your lowest point, around 1.3 miles in, you’ll cross a creek bed before beginning your ascent out. Get ready for a pretty tough uphill climb for a couple tenths of a mile before the trail flattens out. Then, it’s time to climb again until you reach the Shelter House at mile 1.9. Catch your breath and take a break before wrapping up the trail with one more moderate climb that will take you back to the initial split. Once there, it’s smooth sailing until you reach the end.
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Land Manager: IN DNR - Brown County State Park