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Crowded at the start .... great after a mile.

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About 1/2 mile in.
User: msuda - 3/4/2007

Location: Chalk Ridge Falls Park

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Miles Hiked: 3.10 Miles  Elapsed Time: 1 hour, 10 minutes

Comments: A lot of families, fitness walkers, and young couples just hanging out for the 1st 3/4 mile of the trail. Once you get past the suspension bridge there's only people who are there for the hike. This would be a great place to hike if you wanted to cool off in the stream during the hot summer days. The main part of the trail follows the stream almost all the way. Saw 4 Armadillo's along the path too!

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Area around Chalk Ridge Falls Park

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