hiking

views

wild flowers

walking

forest

nature trips

birding

wildlife

trail running

lake

mountain biking

snowshoeing

kid friendly

cross country skiing

dog friendly

river

dogs on leash

horseback riding

camping

backpacking

skiing

fishing

off road driving

waterfall

fly fishing

rock climbing

snowboarding

scenic driving

no dogs

White River National Forest is the most visited national forest in the nation encompassing 2.3 million acres of opportunities. With 11 ski resorts, eight Wilderness areas, 10 mountain peaks over 14,000 feet and 2,500 miles of trails.

snowshoeing
3 days ago

snowshoeing
6 days ago

This was a beautiful hike, and we are glad we chose to do it in the winter. I would recommend some kind of yak traks or other kind of non-slip footwear and hiking poles. It's still pretty icy on the trail and we were happy to have them. We also got an early start which limited the number of people we saw on the trail.

This was a beautiful hike, and we are glad we chose to do it in the winter. I would recommend some kind of yak traks or other kind of non-slip footwear and hiking poles. It's still pretty icy on the trail and we were happy to have them. We also got an early start which limited the number of people we saw on the trail.

hiking
7 days ago

great hike. i was a little confused at the beginning because there is no signage for Lionshead Rock Trail - start out on Game Creek Trail. I got started around 9 or 9:30 and was surprised that i didn't see ANYONE on the way up. i was a little paranoid about surprising wildlife so i felt a little silly singing most of the way up! some really nice views on the way up, but mostly in the trees. i was pleasantly surprised when i got to the top and got to go out on the big rocks and see the great views! if i'd been with someone else i would have really enjoyed hanging out on the rocks with a little picnic, but i was alone, so i enjoyed it about 15 minutes then headed back down. did pass about 3 groups of hikers on their way up when i was headed down.

This was a great winter hike. We used snowshoes but not necessary. The trail was packed down. Many people skinning and hiking w traction. Incline in the beginning but not too bad. Brought our dogs they had a blast running around. Beautiful view at the end! Definitely will be back

snowshoeing
10 days ago

Beautiful easy trail.

Nice easy hike. Went in the winter, it was easy to follow. The snow was compacted by cross country skiers and other hikers.

hiking
13 days ago

Great