This is the longest hike in the park and takes walkers up to the original Evitts homestead. The views at the top are lovely and the story of the homestead adds an interesting historical element. The start of the trail involves a rocky walk down into a canyon that can be tricky in wet weather. The trail is around seven miles in length and can take five to six hours of walking. You can return through Rocky Gap if you are feeling up to the climb.
Take a leisurely walk around the lake on this generally level trail. You will expereince amazing views across the lake and this trail can be enjoyed in all seasons. The entire trail is about 5.3 miles long.
This trail is just over a mile long and offers hikers amazing views of the mile-long gorge that runs through the park. The hike has steps in the very steep sections and is rated as moderate.