Estatoe Trail

At A Glance

Easy

0.7 mi one-way

Difficulty Rating: 0.7
Steepness: Climbs Gently
Tread Condition: Few Obstacles

Description

This new, easy trail follows the Davidson River up from the Lowe's in Brevard to the Davidson River Campground, connecting to the city of Brevard's greenway system. Easy, nearly level trail with some nice riverside scenery. Passes a large rock cliff at one point. It has an expensive, packed/crushed gravel surface with lots of bridge structures over wet areas. Should even be accessible even to small wheels - strollers, etc. - and maybe even wheelchairs, if the wheels are big enough. (Some of the bridges might present a challenge though and I'm not sure if the small inclines would technically allow it to be called "accessible").

Intersecting Trails

  • Sycamore Cove
  • Art Loeb Section 1
  • This trail is located in the Davidson River area. For a list of all the trails in that area, see the Davidson River trails list page.

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    Trail Segments

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    Art Loeb - Estatoe - Art Loeb Parking to Bridge

    • Allowed Uses: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Accessible
    • Length: 0.23 mi

    Art Loeb - Estatoe Bridge

    • Allowed Uses: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Accessible
    • Length: 108 ft

    Art Loeb - Estatoe - Bridge to Split

    • Allowed Uses: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Accessible
    • Length: 0.48 mi

    Estatoe

    • Allowed Uses: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Accessible
    • Length: 0.68 mi

    Total Calculated Length: 1.41 mi

    This value is derived from our underlying map data, and it may not match officially published information.

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    Comments

    Jorg Ronke said: 16 Mar 2013... a beautiful morning for a stroll along the Davidson River. Spotted a mating pair of Canada Geese on the river; possibly looking for a nesting site? We don't typically expect to see them in fast water locations, but these two evidently like the serene location as much as my wife and I do. A wonderful trail for a stress-free stroll. We look forward to seeing Spring growth and a return trip. A highly recommended easy trail for taking a break from the day to day pressures we sometimes face.

    Saturday, March 16 2013 7:23pm
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