Hikers and mountain bikers alike love the Diamond Creek Trail for its diverse terrain and stunning views. The trail winds through forested canyons, past rushing creeks, and over rocky ridges, providing a challenging workout and amazing scenery. Experienced hikers can make a loop of about 12 miles, while beginners can opt for an easy 3-mile hike. The Diamond Creek Trail is also popular with mountain bikers, who love the challenge of the twisting singletrack.
The trail winds through the woods and past a creek, so there are plenty of opportunities for wildlife sightings. There are also several interpretive panels along the trail that provide information about the area’s history and ecology. In addition to hiking, the trail is also great for biking, running, and horseback riding. There are several parking lots along Diamond Creek Trail, so it’s easy to access no matter where you’re coming from.