Best Trails in Amherst Beaver Creek Reservation

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Want to find the best trails in Amherst Beaver Creek Reservation for an adventurous hike or a family trip? AllTrails has 2 great hiking trails, biking trails, running trails and more. Enjoy hand-curated trail maps, along with reviews and photos from nature lovers like you. Ready for your next hike or bike ride? Explore one of 2 easy hiking trails in Amherst Beaver Creek Reservation that are great for the whole family. Looking for a more strenuous hike? We've got you covered, with trails ranging from 14 to 18 meters in elevation gain. Whatever you have planned for the day, you can find the perfect trail for your next trip to Amherst Beaver Creek Reservation.
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Beaver Creek Loop and Conifer Connector
#1 - Beaver Creek Loop and Conifer Connector
Amherst Beaver Creek Reservation
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Length: 2.4 km • Est. 39m
This route takes the Beaver Creek Loop and Conifer Connector Trail and combines it into one route. The Beaver Creek is looped, but the Conifer Connector is dirt and may be muddy.Show more
Beaver Creek Loop
#2 - Beaver Creek Loop
Amherst Beaver Creek Reservation
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Length: 1.3 km • Est. 21m
This park features 108 acres of mature woodlands and floodplains, a 1.4 mile paved loop-trail and day-use area with reservable shelter, playground, soccer field and visitor's center. Whether you're looking for a place to have a picnic, let the kids run free or just want to walk the paved trail from creek bed to pine grove, come and check us out! For one of the smallest of the metro parks, this reservation has a surprising variety of both natural habitats and activities. Accessibility: This asphalt and cement trail is estimated to typically be at least 6 feet wide. There are edge barriers and handrails along the short bridge section. The slope is estimated to be mostly gentle (all 5% grade or less) uphill and down except for from about the 0.1 through 0.2 mile mark when going clockwise where the slope is estimated to be steep downhill. Wheelchair/mobility equipment or stroller users may need assistance there or may want to avoid that section. There is at least 1 designated wheelchair-accessible parking space with an access aisle at the small paved trailhead lot on the northwest side.Show more