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Take your adventures to new heights and embark on a hike in The Corridor! There are numerous trails located around Eastern Iowa which fit all skill levels. Whether you are just starting out or an experienced veteran, you will be pleased and surprised by these hiking experiences and the natural beauty of the areas.

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Maquoketa Caves State Park
Maquoketa, IA
6 Miles
The trail features a waterfall and other beautiful scenery in one of the most picturesque areas of Iowa. It is accessible for all skill levels.

Coralville Reservoir – Woodpecker Trail – Linder & Squire Points
Coralville, IA
3.6 Miles
A loop trail made for moderately skilled hikers! Features a lake and areas to cliff jump into the reservoir.

Solon-Lake Macbride Recreation Trail
Solon, IA
5.3 Miles
One of the 1,600 “rail-trails” sponsored by Rails-To-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit which is looking to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines.

Cedar Cliff Trail
Mt Vernon, IA
2.1 Miles
This trail features a river and serves all skill levels. Running through Palisades-Kepler State Park, participants can choose to hike, rock climb, or go fishing!

Sac and Fox Trail
Cedar Rapids, IA
7.1 Miles
Following the Cedar River and Indian Creek, the path is known as the oldest National Recreation Trail in Iowa. The Indian Creek Nature Center is located midway along the trail.

Amana Colonies Recreational Trail (Kolonieweg)
Amana, IA
5 Miles
Encompassing the Lily Pond, this trail connects various villages located among Amana and Middle Amana. Participants can enjoy wild pastures and scenic views of the countryside.

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