This trail is 1.75-mi. long and is considered the most difficult in the park. Keep in mind that the path is steep, narrow, and slippery. Enjoy spectacular views of Laurel Hill Lake from the ridge line and take it slowly to get the most out of this hike.
At 2.8-miles in length this is the longest hike in the park. Some sections of the hike are steep but the majority is on a wide and level pathway. You can access a number of the other hikes in this park from the Beltz Trail if you would like to do a longer combination hike.
This is the easiest trail in the whole park and is ideal for families with younger kids. A wide-open pathway leads from the campground to the main swimming beach through an area of beautiful natural forest.