Cedar Creek Trail
Length: 1¼ mile, 1½ hours
Trailhead: Pioneer Cabin, 1 mile west of the Visitor's Center on Highway 154
Trail Ends: Trail loops back to the beginning point
Description: This trail winds along a scenic section of Cedar Creek above Cedar Falls. Constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the early 1930's, this trail's rock steps and bluffs create a few difficult steps. The rocky mountain stream, high bluffs, and thick vegetation make Cedar Creek Trail perfect for experiencing local bird and plant life.