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Glacial Hills is one of my favorite single tracks for biking. It's not rocky or rooty and has a lot of wonderful climbs and downhills. It's breathtakingly gorgeous. The trails cross and intersect a lot and it can be a bit difficult to navigate. They...More
I have hiked the Glacial HIlls Pathway and Nature Area in both the summer and winter months. It's a great place for a hike as well as with snowshoes. The loops range from short to long and are easy to hike. I have always felt...More
We visited in the winter and saw an excellent groomed for winter fat tire bike trail (11 miles ) that we want to come back and try- but today we hiked the Bear Den trail (~3 miles) it was a little icy from being packed...More
Went for a morning hike before the front passed through with rain. It was overcast but comfortable and the scenery was gorgeous. The fall colors were colorful and seemed more intense because it was overcast. The trails themselves are well marked and easy to follow....More
Great trails for mountain biking, hiking, running or walking. Loops from 1/2 mile to over 10 miles ... nearly 30 miles in total. The network of trails looks like spaghetti, but don't worry, it's nearly impossible to get lost (see photo). Throughout the network, there...More
Amazing system of trails winding thru beautiful woods! Easy access close to Bellaire so can get busy, special trail for fat tire mountain bikes in the winter closed to hiking☹️. Can do a variety of trail combinations to fit your needs.
Glacial Hills is a large network of trails located just outside of Bellaire that can be enjoyed by the entire family. Hiking, running, and especially mountain biking. Variety of well marked trails let you loop for varying distances. Be warned that it is not flat!...More
PRESERVE is easy to find- their website has a map to locate- it has many miles of trails thru hill & glen.... and the BEST signage I have ever seen marking trails--you will NOT GET LOST. THERE is a lot of logging going on there...More