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We happened upon Noah Bud Ogle's Cabin by chance and was delighted that we did. It is a remarkable piece of history that is worth visiting and spending time at. There is a brochure that you can pick up on your way to the cabin...More
On our way to the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail, my wife and I stopped at the Noah “Bud” Ogle self-guiding nature trail. You can see the cabin from the road. It is a very short walk from the parking lot to the authentic mountain...More
We were very happy to see that this could be accessed very easily as my parents are elderly and aren't capable of hiking but with a little assistance they were able to get out and walk to this cabin and look around, it was the...More
Today we hiked the Noah Bud Ogle Nature Trail and it was very pretty. The trail was very rocky so I recommend closed toed shoes. There is a lot to visit on the trail and pretty views. We would go back again!
This was one of the highlights of our visit to the park! The buildings were very interesting and the trail was very nice. The brochure also offered lots of interesting back story about the Ogle family’s life on this farm. It was particularly cool to...More
Roaring Fork Nature Trail was closed due to ice, so we stopped here. We are so glad that we did. We enjoyed the cabins, but the true gem to us was the hiking trail down to LeConte Creek. Absolutely stunning! It is a one mile...More
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I would say about 30 minutes unless you see the momma bear & her cubs because they are fun and awesome to watch. I won't do any trails when I start having mobility issues due to the tree roots and rocks that are always there. More
I would say about 30 minutes unless you see the momma bear & her cubs because they are fun and awesome to watch. I won't do any trails when I start having mobility issues due to the tree roots and rocks that are always there.