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Cooks Run Hunter Trail

Hiking Cooks Run Hunter Trail Ski Cooks Run Hunter Trail

Trail Distance:

2.7 miles consisting of 3 loops. The shortest loop is .9 miles long and the longest loop is 1.75 miles long.

Description:

The trail is accessed along FH16, heading south off of US2. Take FH16 approximately 2 miles to the junction of FR 3210. Head west and continue for approximately 1 mile. There is a sign that reads “Hunter Trail,” on the south side of the road, announcing the road that leads into the trail. Follow the road that heads to the north until you see a small parking area on the north side of the road, before the gate.

Cooks Run consists of several miles of trails that take you through aspen, hardwood and conifer stands. The majority of the trail is flat with some small slopes to walk up. The trails go on for many miles with the option to loop back around to the main gate. In the fall, hunters and their dogs take advantage of bird hunting, but all are welcome to come and enjoy the beauty of Cooks Run Hunter Walking Trail. Motorized vehicles of any kind are prohibited.

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