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2 days ago

Great trip for families and people that prefer to have easy trails to walk. great views to capture.

Awesome moderate trail. Very beautiful scenic view at the end well worth the hike.

Nice loop feels like your getting away from the city, next to beautiful park.

Awesome hike with great rock formations and stunning colors.

5 days ago

Just hiked fletcher yesterday.... got to say this app is amazing and the hike was exactly how other hikers described it .
It was easy for me but my wife it was
moderate-hard in the since inclined lol
I loved the last 15min of the hike in between the canyons . Yes I would do the hike again if a friend has never done it .

5 days ago

Very pretty and easy hike but anticlimactic.

Good trail with kids. About the right distance and inclination to be doable and a little challenging. Takes about 2h from parking lot.

We were looking for an easy trail where my 3 and 7 year old kids could ride their bikes and the adults could walk off some thanksgiving turkey. The trail that is accessible to bikes is on the perimeter of the reserve, and winds you around a water treatment plant. Also the trail head is the neighborhood park not the nature center located a little further down the road. It was fine, but there was a lot of trash... I assume the more nature-focused experience would have been if we had just all walked and been on the better maintained reserve trails. I did run into an employee who was super helpful and very knowledgeable.

My favorite hike on Charleston. It's very easy if you're a regular hiker. If you're not, you might find it slightly challenging. Great views of the canyon at the top.

A very pretty hike!

Super fun hike! Lots of places to explore around the trail.

9 days ago

It was great. not very intense. if you like bouldering, this short hike is for you.

9 days ago

Starting around January 2017 this trail will not be accessible from Sandstone Quarry Trailhead due to re-construction at Sandstone Quarry Parking area. This will continue for about 2-3 months. Pine Creek will also be under construction at the same time. You will have to access Calico Tanks from Calico Basin on the Kraft Mountain Trail. much longer and more difficult OR try another trail during this time period.

9 days ago

This trailhead at Calico Vista 1 is closed for parking lot reconstruction until approximately January. if not earlier. No access from the Visitor center or Calico 1 to the entire trail. YOU'll have to access via Calico Vista 2 or in Red Springs Picnic area.