|Looking up along the Jackson Forks trail|
|The start of Liz's Trail|
As you can see from the picture below, this 1-mile loop trail gives you the option of going clockwise (the burn direction) or counter-clockwise (the hurl direction). Either way the sign does not often much encouragement to the hiker.
|The loop segment of Liz's Trail - real encouraging sign!!|
|The view from our bench stop along Liz's Trail|
We did finish Liz's trail and hiked eight other trail segments this day for a total of 6.5 miles today. Usually the winter months limit the amount of miles we hike, but so far this year we have hiked over 50 miles to date. If our math doesn't fail us, that would translate to 300 in a year. We will see if this pace continues.
|View of a non-climbing "Hurl" segment of Liz's Trail|
Glenn & Carol
P.S. We added some new blog links to our blog site since the long distance hiking season is approaching. Feel free to check out these blogs and follow along on their hikes.