The Sonnenblick Hiking Trail
About the Trail
The Sonnenblick Trail meanders through the forest in the extreme southeast corner of the Innsbrook property. See how many different bird calls you can identify as their songs float through the woods around you. In early spring, colorful blooming dogwood and redbud trees are at the forefront. Also, look for colonies of mayapple in the open woods! As you hike, you may wonder why we don’t haul away trees that have fallen to the ground. Fallen or dead trees remain on the Innsbrook forest floor, as long as they are not blocking a hiking path, because they make ideal habitats for many species including birds, bats, squirrels and raccoons.
Please stay on the trail. Remember, plants grow by the inch and die by the foot.
How to Get There
The Sonnenblick Trail is located in the southeast corner of Innsbrook. From the Aspen Center, turn south on East Aspen Circle Drive and follow it to Lake Wynnbrook Drive. Turn east on Lake Wynnbrook Drive and wind your way down near lot 1715, just before the road meets Sonnenblick Drive. There is a small gravel parking area off the road to the left. The trailhead is located nearby and appears as an opening in the woods. In addition to this trail map, we suggest you bring along a color Innsbrook development map (available at the Front Gate, Real Estate or Aspen Center Front Desk).
While You’re Hiking
For your safety, please watch for loose rocks and tree roots other obstacles along the trails. Please park in designated parking areas only. Stay on the marked trail; do not take shortcuts. 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 x9180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.