- Mostly dry with some muddy spots.
- No snow.
- The no-see-ums were out at the beach, and a few spots along the trail, but nothing to worry about.
- There was no bear sign. Saw some deer tracks.
Du Pont Trail information
The trail was pretty dry. There were only a few spots where it was muddy, but if you are careful to walk on the rocks, you don’t get your feet wet. It was nice to see the sun, and the dappled light was beautiful and an appreciated break from the gray rain. We only saw one other hiker along the trail, and one biker when we got to the end. I don’t think she biked very far, as the trail isn’t really good for that.
Love this tree.
One of the bridges. This would make a nice place for pictures.
One of the larger creeks over the trail.
This boardwalk was a little slanted, so be careful if it’s wet.
There are quite a fe little creeks that run over the trail.
“The wet spot”.
You are along the shore line the whole way, and at one point you can get down to th beach.
The marker at the end of the trail. See, not even 2 miles one way.
This is the only steep part, and it’s about 15 feet.
The view of the cove at the end of the trial.
These tress make a nice place to sit.