Keep this one in mind for a hot weather hike. I had no idea until I finished around 1 pm that the real feel temperature was 100 degrees! It was breezy and comfortable throughout this hike even with the heat and high humidity. There were a few short sections through direct sunlight but just briefly before being back into the much cooler shade. There were surprisingly few bugs - what a relief for a change! The trails range from grassy woods roads to more challenging boulder hopping. Some trails are well-blazed and well-defined, others not so much. There are still many blow downs to climb over and under, probably from Irene and Snowtober, so not much trail maintenance going on but I was able to find my way through all of the trails and make a 6.6 mile hike out of what seems to be too small of an area for that length of a hike. Click here for the hike details.