The Dorothy Cleveland Trail is a serious (and seriously fun) hike, rising 392 feet in less than three-quarters of a mile. But in the fall, it is a glorious kaleidoscope of colorful leaves both on the trail and in the trees. The well-maintained trail has numerous switchbacks making sure the trip up the side of this heavily-wooded ravine requires no climbing. In a couple of places, where switchbacks won’t work, there are wooden stairways. You may have to climb over a fallen tree or two. There is a lookout at the top, but if the trees have leaves, the view is blocked.
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