The trail runs 0.3 miles and starts at the historic Rhodes Cabin near the visitor center. The cabin was built in the 1920s as one of several to provide accommodations for visitors to the Lehman Caves. An interpretive exhibit is located inside.
The trail has a few species of trees marked with interpretive panels, and you might be able to spot a few critters along the way.
The scenery is pleasant and the views are wonderful. If you’re interested in learning about the ecology of the park, the visitor center loans out trail guides.
The trail also passes by the natural opening of the Lehman Caves, which is topped with a protective cage-like structure that allows bats to easily enter and exit the cave. Early visitors to the park would climb down the hole to access the cave system. The current entrance was created in 1939 to provide easier access.