Bunker Hill in Winter

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View of the cliffs on the Brown trail.

Hiking Bunker Hill Natural Area with a light coating of snow on the ground.

There was a little snow on the ground so we decided to check out Bunker Hill for the first time.

The main feature is a 30 foot high cliff near the Ten Mile Run, which is in the middle of the trail system. We started from Bunker Hill road but there is also a small lot off of South Middlebush Road on the other end.

For detailed hike directions and more photos visit our main Bunker Hill page.

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Small parking area trailhead.

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Yellow trail.

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First rock hop to cross a small stream.

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View of the cliffs on the Brown trail.

The 30 foot high cliff near the stream.

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The stream crossing can be tricky when it’s running high… and since we did not plan ahead with the proper footwear (duh) and it was freezing out – we just turned around.

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The RED trail connects to Griggstown Native Grasslands through a neighborhood… but we turned around.

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Red trail.