Hickory Creek Trail

Map of Hollow Run and Hickory Creek Trails

Trail Description

The Hickory Creek Trail begins on the west and east side of the Hickory Creek Trailhead. The trail consists of paved terrain with easy changes in elevation. Hikers will choose to travel west or east on the trail with both directions providing a relaxing nature walk alongside the Hickory Creek. Going west the trail ends at Tern Street and going east the trail ends at Pipeline Avenue.

Trail Elevation Chart

Hollow Run Trail Elevation Chart

Other Trails Accessed

 Hollow Run
Distance: 1.5 miles
Difficulty: Easy

Cumulative Elevation Gain: 240 ft.

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Dogs must be on a leash.


2.20 Miles  

Difficulty Rating

Trail Difficulty Definitions

Cumulative Elevation Gain

170 ft.

Main Access Point

Hickory Creek Trailhead
Rolling Ridge Drive between Hickory Lane and Willow Lane

Secondary Access Points

1. Aspen Lane & Velour Drive (No parking)
2. End of Duke Avenue (No parking)
3. Valle Vista Drive between Clipper Drive & Velour Drive (No parking)
4. End of Hollow Run Trail (No parking)
5. Tern Street (No parking)
6. Willow Lane between Linden Lane & Balsam Court (No parking)
7. Pipeline Avenue between El Molino Boulevard & Glen Ridge Drive (No parking)

Time Estimate

1.25 hours for a beginner hiker

Trail Hours

May to September, 7 am to 9 pm October to April, 7 am to 7 pm