The Easy 1-Mile Winter Hike In Kansas That’s Positively Bewitching

Are you feeling a little sluggish from all of the yummy foods that comes with this most wonderful time of the year? Don’t let the bloat get you down; grab your family and take this easy 1-mile winter hike in Kansas that is positively bewitching (and will make you feel less guilty about eating that extra slice of pecan pie):

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Located within El Dorado State Park, the Teter Nature Trail is a low-key, .75 mile hike that passes through the always glorious Flint Hills, and past creek beds and wildlife galore. No matter the time of year, you are sure to find something to love about this short and simple nature walk! If you do try to tackle Teter this winter, take our advice and bring a pair of binoculars, as colorful wildlife (like the pictured cardinal) can be easier to spot amidst the white snow.

For other simple trails, check out these 9 Easy Hikes To Add To Your Outdoor Bucket List In Kansas!