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Biking Biking at Pony Hollow Trail
In 2005 the Clayton County Conservation Board lime-chipped an old railway bed that began in Elkader, Iowa. Today Pony Hollow Trail is used as a hiking, biking, walking, snowmobiling, and horseback-riding path.  Along the trail there are three interpretive signs that explain the topography, trees, and wetlands that can be seen throughout the trek. Pony Hollow Trail can be utilized throughout the year and is four miles in one direction with a round trip excursion of 8 miles.
Equestrian Activities Equestrian Activities at Pony Hollow Trail
In 2005 the Clayton County Conservation Board lime-chipped an old railway bed that began in Elkader, Iowa. Today Pony Hollow Trail is used as a hiking, biking, walking, snowmobiling, and horseback-riding path.  Along the trail there are three interpretive signs that explain the topography, trees, and wetlands that can be seen throughout the trek. Pony Hollow Trail can be utilized throughout the year and is four miles in one direction with a round trip excursion of 8 miles.
Trails & Hiking Trails & Hiking at Pony Hollow Trail
In 2005 the Clayton County Conservation Board lime-chipped an old railway bed that began in Elkader, Iowa. Today Pony Hollow Trail is used as a hiking, biking, walking, snowmobiling, and horseback-riding path.  Along the trail there are three interpretive signs that explain the topography, trees, and wetlands that can be seen throughout the trek. Pony Hollow Trail can be utilized throughout the year and is four miles in one direction with a round trip excursion of 8 miles.
Winter Activities Winter Activities at Pony Hollow Trail

 Pony Hollow Trail is part of the Clayton County Snowbirds trail system and is utilized throughout the winter by snowmobiling enthusiasts.  

In 2005 the Clayton County Conservation Board lime-chipped an old railway bed that began in Elkader, Iowa. Today Pony Hollow Trail is used as a hiking, biking, walking, snowmobiling, and horseback-riding path.  Along the trail there are three interpretive signs that explain the topography, trees, and wetlands that can be seen throughout the trek. Pony Hollow Trail can be utilized throughout the year and is four miles in one direction with a round trip excursion of 8 miles.​

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