Category: Adaptive Level 4

Econ River Wilderness Area

The Econ River Wilderness Area trail is an approximately 3.1 mile loop that begins in upland pine forest and descends to the Econlockhatchee River. The trail is a mix of wide sections and areas just

Mill Stone

WOW, this is a kewl trail system!  Nice easy two-trackttrails weave through granite quarries, huge slag piles, spectacular views, and some nice sculptures.  There are a lot of trails here, and some are much harder

Ice Lake – Yellowstone National Park

The Ice Lake Trail in Yellowstone National Park* is a short out and back to a picturesque lake and back-country campsite 4D3. The campsite is an accessible back-country campsite with an accessible pit toilet and

Lake Jesup Wilderness Area

The Lake Jesup Wilderness Area contains a number of trails that offer riders a chance to explore swamplands on the north shore of Lake Jesup. Two ‘lollipop’ type loops begin from the Lake Jesup Park

Smuggler Mountain Rd/Trail

Smuggler Mountain Road (aka Smuggler Mountain Trail) is a well maintained dirt road that climbs up from Aspen.  It is popular with hikers and mountain bikers.  The trail is mostly hardpack, with a few loose