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dogs on leash
Diana L. on Graffiti Waterfall
My husky and I hiked on mud trail but beautiful green plants and more Falls so awesome! Griffiti is artist
The riding conditions.
Went riding this trail on a weekday and hiking and biking traffic was light. Road was closed to motorized vehicles.
Nice wide fire road. This road is well maintained and rain ruts were easily managed. The uphill and downhill slopes left me feeling in control (as a beginner this is comforting). There are narrower trails branching off the fire road I may try as I get more experience.
Amazing city views as well as canyon/nature views. Many turnout plateaus to take in the sights. Saw a sign that warned of snakes, but still winter and saw none.
I was in a hurry and did the 11 mile trail in about 1.5 hours. Next time I would allow 2-2.5 hours to thoroughly take in the views and get some pics.
Haven't ridden many trails, but this is my favorite so far.
Gate closed till March adding ~4 miles (round trip) of hiking on dirt road. Beautiful trail, lots of water right now. Wildflowers starting to bloom, frogs adding music to the sweet sound of flowing water, and almost no trash on Holy Jim Trail! What a delight!!! Saw many families with little hikers and also lots of dogs. Even on a Monday, the parking area at closed gate was practically full.
Follow the brown or deep red looking fence next to this house in the corner that has a long driveway. Plenty of space on the street to park. It's not so much of an intense hike or your usual hike that you look for. It's still interesting if you just like an adventure. But it's very steep and slippery if not careful. It's still something cool and different. There's different pathways on going back, and when you get close to the graffiti wall. There's a pathway that leads you up the wall, and one that leads you down to the waterfall.