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The waterfalls are pretty... we ventured out on the rocks/river and got some great pictures (being late Fall the water level is pretty low so we felt it was pretty safe to do so). The trail on the app says it's only a .5 km hike, but the actual trail is a 3.6km loop...an easy walk along the river and through the woods. There is one steep incline/descent, but there are stairs. Overall, an enjoyable walk with our dog.
Doyle K. on Shubie Park Trail
People if your DOG is humping everthing in sight or NOT FRIENDLY....it should be on a @$/##! LEASH or are you too dense to understand that...
Awesome hike! The view is absolutely breathtaking and the trail is decently challenging. We chose to continue on after the teahouse toward the lookout which was definitely worth it. The only real downside is how busy it is, but once you leave the trail around the lake, the crowds lessen.
This was a beautiful walk! I recommend being best spray as a couple we passed on the trail said a black bear had crossed the path right in front of them. Lots of areas to climb and explore - children would love it! It reminded me of an enchanted forest with all the moss and hiding spots and little waterfalls. Last summer my husband and I walked this area with the kids - we crossed the footbridge at the parking lot and did that route which was also beautiful and fun. This time hubby and I took the path (from the parking lot) to the right of the bridge and it was even more beautiful. I can't wait to come back here with the kids when we are out again in the summer.