At Bobcat Ridge Natural Area you'll find a grassy valley, foothills, ponderosa pines, stunning red rock cliffs and more. Bobcat Ridge is home to elk, wild turkey, mountain lions and other wildlife. Several historic homestead sites dot the landscape.
Trails include the Valley Loop (4 mile loop), Ginny Trail (5.4 miles, climbs 1,500 feet, open for hiking and mountain biking, closed to horses), D.R. Trail (3.4 miles long, climbs 1,100 feet, open to equestrians and hikers, closed to cyclists), Powerline Road (1.5 miles long, climbs steeply with loose rocks so not recommended for horses, uphill only for cyclists), Eden Valley Spur (an out and back route, 1.3 miles along the valley bottom).
Trail length: 15 miles
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Reviewed by Wajimaya on May 14, 2014
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I have hiked this trail many times and it holds it's balance as a beautiful trail and a trail that could hold some difficulty. Having a nature loop, a trail that climbs a decently sized foothill and a forest walk, this trail is one of a kind.
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