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Be aware there is no identification as to where to go, how far the loops are or even how to get back to where you started. There are colored shapes on poles but they mean absolutely nothing. Would be nice to have a map posted...More
I've loved visiting the Arb for 45 years and this week was no disappointment. The river was flowing, birds singing, squirrels stashing, trees doing their thing -- plus a herd of friendly and ravenous goats methodically munching on underbrush.
We wandered both upper and lower...More
We walked the long upper trail and were pleasantly delighted. We soaked in the native prairie flowers and grasses. We also saw two eagles soaring. Lots of beautiful landscapes to take in. Felt like we were in a painting.
I take a lot of walks through the Arb. A good way to get away from the traffic. Always see something interesting. Lately a lot of Deer. Today I seen many interesting birds and Buterflies. They Have a variety of Paths. Tar, gravel, wood chip...More
Lots of paths. We hadcourc2 dogs on leashes and picked up after them. They have signs warning of poisonus plants like wild parsnip. Absolutely beautiful. Nice walk there are paved and unpaved paths for walking and biking. We just did the upper by the college...More
The Arboretum, both upper and lower, provide peaceful walks even though you are within an urban area. Some have remarked that they found the paths confusing. Before we leave our starting point we look up and find a tall landmark which we can use to...More
its a magical place ... trees, birds, squirrels and wide open spaces mixed with intimate twisting trails. hike, stroll, XC ski, or just plop down and sketch or take in what the bugs, birds, and bees are doing around you.
This trail is handy for us to get out and exercise ourselves and our two dogs. There is a pleasant feel to the place and it is a well-kept trail. We enter from the east (back) side mainly so this might be the only review...More