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This was a pleasant autumn afternoon hike with my group of eight other friends of differing skill abilities. Although the first part of the hike was uphill to Monticello visitor center, it was a wide moderate grade through beautiful forested areas with some very nice views. It was a fairly well traveled hiking trail. If I remembers correctly, it was... 更多
I would definitely recommend this hike. It is very simple, easy to follow,very pretty. The only down side was that the traffic below was audible. That took a little away from the ambience. It is a great way to get some exercise.
Very peaceful trail that leads from the bottom of the mountain up to Monticello. We only walked part of the way. There is a parking area at the bottom that is convenient to town. Many of the trees along the walk are identified with signs.
Beautiful well maintained park. I stayed on the main trail, but would love to go back and explore the other trails! This was an easy trail to do with a slight incline that can get the heart pumping.
This was a great trail to take a walk to and from the Monticello Visitors Center. 3.5 miles with lots of butterflies, newts & birds. There's a big old log that's pretty cool to see on the trail, kids were playing on it. Many of the trees have markers, telling you what type tree it is too. Lots of families... 更多
My boyfriend and I stumbled upon the trail entirely by accident. We had been trying to walk up to Monticello and went on the wrong path. However, while we ended up missing our tour, the Saunders-Monticello Trail was a very pleasant and beautiful experience
There is an arboretum at this place before you get to the trail which will take you to Thomas Jefferson's Monticello if you walk the entire length. There are boardwalk areas with lots of nature around. There's a Letterboxing location within it also if you do Letterboxing. Mostly flat with a few inclines. There's a large pond near the beginning... 更多
Beautiful area for nature and history lovers. We actually only drove past on the way in and out of Monticello, and in the interest of time, were not able to walk the trail.