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Scenic Hiking Trails
Hiking Trail Pocket Guide
Each of Innsbrook’s seven beautiful and unique hiking trails will please both the Sunday stroller and the avid hiker.
Aspen Spur Trail
This fairly straight trail looks upon the Aspen Spillway and meadow, providing wonderful views of waterfalls, grasslands and wildlife.
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This trail is wonderful for exploring the diverse flora and fauna of Innsbrook. Bring your camera; the path boasts plenty of wildlife, colorful wildflowers and beautiful scenery.
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This moss-covered trail traverses around scenic 6.5-acre Lake Grendel.
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This trail meanders through the forest in the extreme southeast corner of the Innsbrook property.
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This trail offers a bit more of a challenge for recreational hikers. Lake Wynnbrook is great for discovering the many wildflowers, trees, birds and wildlife of our community.
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Lake Konstanz Trail
This trail circles around beautiful Lake Konstanz, offering expansive views of both Alpine Lake and Lake Konstanz.
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1.97 MILES + WATERFALLS SECTION: 1.10 MILES
Innsbrook’s Tyrolean Trail provides different scenic attractions and levels of challenge.
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While You’re Hiking
For your safety, please watch for loose rocks, tree roots, and other obstacles along the trails. Please park in designated parking areas only. Stay on the marked trail; do not take shortcuts. The trail has been laid out to minimize destruction of surrounding vegetation and to prevent erosion. Carry out what you carry in. If the trail users before you have not done this, you can help by removing their trash, too. We ask you to leave only footprints and take only pictures. Nature is for everyone to enjoy, so let your followers experience the beauty.
For More Information
For more info about Innsbrook's hiking trails, contact us at (636)928-3366 ext. 9180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.