ElevationAscent: 8' 3 m
Descent: -94' -29 m
High: 156' 48 m
Low: 67' 21 m
GradeAvg Grade: 1% (1°)
Max Grade: 5% (3°)
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“Rocks, roots, and mud. The perfect obstacle course for a moderately challenging run to keep you stimulated and focused.”— Haley Birt
Much of the Yellow Trail was used to cart supplies back and forth to the now abandoned sawmill during the colonial era, so there are good stretches of it that still contain rocks used to help the carts with traction when it was muddy. Footing can be a little dicey, so just be careful on those parts. Swamps are prevalent in this are, and therefore so is mud. There are a lot of spots that are prone to getting pretty sloppy, but try to the best of your abilities to not tread too far off the main paths (this can expand the trails and potentially damage surrounding wildlife). There are a few sections that have wooden planks over the mud, not all of them are sturdy. These trails are absolutely gorgeous but they do keep you on your toes. Happy Trails!
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