The Stevensonville Loop is a 10.6 km moderate hike in Green River Natural Area. It’s popular with hikers, bikers, and horseback riders, so make sure you share the trail well. The scenery is mostly forest and the trail requires some moderately steep inclines and declines.
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Route Description for Stevensonville Loop
The Stevensonville Loop is a calming forested trail used by hikers, bikers, and horseback riders. It’s easy to follow and the wooded scenery is great. Watch for horse poop and remember to share the trail.
Begin from the trailhead and hike alongside the road for a few steps. The trail splits, so stay left and make a wide turn onto Three Bridges Trail. Stay left at the next junction and make your way down zig-zagging turns.
Loop your way back by the river, turning away from the water on the trail and taking Potter’s Trail along the river. At the end of Potter’s, turn back and rejoin the main loop, keeping left and then left again to return to the trailhead.
Getting to the Stevensonville Loop Trailhead
The trailhead for the Stevensonville Loop is off Access Road.
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