Laurel Bluffs Trail at Eno River State Park

  • April 18, 2014 · 10:00 AM
  • Laurel Bluffs Trail

We will hike the Laurel Bluffs & Pump Station Trails, at a moderate pace over hilly ups and downs with tree roots and rocky stretches of trail. The distance will be about 5.3 miles round trip on an up and back trail (including backtracking). This hike may take 2.5 - 3.0 hours. We should see fast flowing water over rocky stretches of this stream as we hike along side the Eno River. We will plan on having a lunch/snack break somewhere along the banks of the Eno either after or during our hike, so plan to bring a lunch/snack along in your backpack. Directions: From Interstate 85 in Durham, head north on Cole Mill Road to Rivermont Rd. and turn right onto this road. After a short stretch of paved road, the road will become gravel. Go down the first hill and park just past the bridge.

Note: For those wanting more than the originally posted mileage, there are options to add miles to this hike.

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  • Kim W.

    It was a great hike. I'm enjoying learning Eno very much. Thanks, Ann, for adding on some extra mileage.

    April 18

  • Ann S.

    Great hike with wonderful company! Really enjoyed the last 3+ miles of Laurel Bluffs Trail that I had never done before.

    April 18

  • Ninon

    Waiting for roofing guys to show up - then tons of errands. Good day for a hike! Have fun.

    April 18

    • Ann S.

      Wish you could join us. Hope you get everything done today.

      April 18

  • Carol P.

    Just found out my husband took the day off so we are heading to the mountains that day.

    April 17

  • Natalie F

    Just found out day care is closed. Babysitting instead. Have a great hike!

    April 15

  • Kuy May W.

    Sorry, I just signed on but found an appointment at 1:00pm that day. Need to cancel this hiking.

    April 13

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