Distance: 0.5 miles (round trip)
Trail type: Up and back
Elevation Change: 98 feet
Duration: 0.5 hours
Difficulty rating: Easy, but steep
The Weeping Rock Trail leads to a rock overhang where it “rains” year round due to the continuous seepage of water through porous sandstone. In addition to its falling water, the rock features lush, hanging gardens that include ferns, moss and wildflowers such as columbine. Signage identifies and describes native flora along the path. This is an ideal trail for families.
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