Hike Deer Lick to Buckeye Bridle Trail and Back

We will start on Deer Lick then cross over to the Buckeye and travel into the valley past Ottawa Point. We will then take the bridle trail back up towards the stables then the buckeye again and complete the loop on the Deer Lick back to the nature Ctr.  Approx. 6 mi. Med to quick pace. About 2.5 to 3 hrs Questions ? Tom L.  [masked]

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  • Tom L

    Lovely day to be out, thanks for the company. Sorry the length was longer than posting, but sometimes a challenge is a good thing! Don't worry Kathy, if u were to go down for the third time in the mudd I would have lent u a hand! LOL! Thanks for the memory u are always FUNN!

    1 · October 12

    • Kathy M N

      Third time? I only fell in the mud once!

      October 14

  • Kathy M N

    Another fun hike Tom, but too bad it wasn't muddy enough!

    October 12

  • Cathy P.

    A great hike! A great time! Thanks Tom L :-)

    October 12

  • jillian

    Hi, Tom , I won't be able to make the hiking this time. When will be the next time? 9:15 Am is a little early for me, I am one hours away from there:(

    October 12

  • Maura

    Won't be able to make the hike this morning.

    October 12

  • Maria

    Bummer! I have to drop my son off at work at 9! This sounds like a great hike, sorry I have to miss it. Hope there will be more, because my son should get his dr license soon and I will have more free time then.

    October 11

  • Wade

    Sounds like a good hike Tom. Wish I could go!

    October 11

  • Tom L

    Should be a beautiful fall morning for a woodland foray! :-)

    1 · October 11

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