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Hiking the Pine Loop at Brown County State Park

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

After work on Friday, Sarah and I wanted to go for a hike. It had to be fairly short, to finish before dark — though we are thinking about doing a night hike sometime soon, we didn’t want to that night. So, we went out to Brown County State Park and hiked the newest mountain bike trail there, the Pine Loop. I took my DSLR to get some shots of this trail. It’s possibly the easiest trail there, but still has some climbing, and the whole thing has great flow. I figured it would make for a great hike as well, and it did.

We had had a lot of wind and rain in the past few days, and a lot of the leaves fell. Some still remained, and some trees were quite colorful, while others were completely bare.

Here is a map, and a few shots from our hike.


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The trail has a few cedar bridges, which are beautifully built and smell wonderful.

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One Response to “Hiking the Pine Loop at Brown County State Park”

  1. Chris Says:

    It’s good to take advantage of an opportunity like that. It won’t be long until anything after work is in the dark.

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