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- Distance: 2.71 miles
- Difficulty: Easy
- Tread: Natural, 24-36” wide
- Terrain: Rolling Hills
- Current Status: Open
Salt Works Trail is a natural surface trail accessed from Coal Train. While a beginner trail, it has a narrower tread and opportunities to challenge yourself just a little more. The name is a nod to the history of Chauncey’s salt mines. Salt Works Trail provides access to two intermediate trails, Tipple Top and Lost Marbles.
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