Each end of this rolling woodland trail connects with the Far Side Trail.  It is heavily forested with little understory growth.  The large hemlocks provide great cooling in hot weather.  Parts of the trail are quite steep. There are beautiful views of the historic spillway and cascades of Tibbs/Jones Run. Hikers must remain within the barrier along the spillway area to avoid the steep cliff above the creek. Please use caution at this area. (It is well marked with yellow caution tape.) Along the upper portions of this trail note the scooped out deep pits but not tree involvement. These are evidence of early mining of either coal or iron.

0.31 mile – yellow square blaze

This trail is an offshoot of the Far Side Trail, connecting back to it at both ends.
This trail works its way through rolling woods. Watch your step!
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