The River Bottoms
Max elevation: 757 ft
Min elevation: 690 ft
Doing the loop counter-clockwise, it starts out as a wooded trail but eventually turns in to a two-track road until you reach the half-way point. The entire first half runs along the Minnesota River and is pretty flat.There is a gravel road for a short distance before heading back on the second half. The back half winds through the trees with a lot of relatively small hills. The largest of which is approximately 35 feet.
There are also a few streams. The larger ones have bridges and the small ones require you to walk across logs and rocks or you can simply leap over them.