Trail #103 is an interesting trail, as it has several
Its proximity to Pigeon Creek Road makes it popular with hikers seeking a short walk.
May-apples, mushrooms and wild-flowers compliment the beauty and flavor of wild grapes
that grow abundantly along the trail-side. Moss is often seen growing on the south side of
trees, contradicting folk lore. This trail will remain damp for a while following a nice
At its western-most end, it connects to #101. At its
eastern-most end, it connects to #104. A short Connector trail also ties it in with #102.
In the center of all that confusion, you will find an old 'Camp-ground'. This is where you
will find the "Big Tent" for the PIGEON ROAST each May. I forgot to tell ya
'bout the "Gravy Bowl". You will know it when you Ride it!
Trail #103 Maps: - outline | topo
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