Lone Wolf Trail parallels River Scene Trail after it climbs the former old Ridge Road to the top of the bluffs. Take in a view of the river valley before breaking away from the bluffs as the trail separates from River Scene Trail. Lone Wolf Trail descends through shaded, fern-covered hillsides into the Kiefer Creek valley below. Access the stream crossing in the valley that connects to Grotpeter Trail for an extended trek, or keep following Lone Wolf Trail as it follows the meanders of Kiefer Creek until returning to the trailhead. Lone Wolf Trail was named in honor of Castlewood’s most notorious roadhouse tavern/speakeasy of the resort era. Unfortunately, all that remains of the Lone Wolf Club today is a stone fire place and memories.
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