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took the brook trail up and down. was slippery.. but a blast. I would recommend

hiking
1 day ago

Awesome for being out in nature during the winter. You have cross country skiing, snow shoeing, and hiking. The formations of snow on the rocks and the river are beautiful. We didn't get to the falls. But the hike is lovely in the winter.

hiking
1 day ago

Nice hike - walked up past the initial falls and followed the river. Relatively flat and packed down and got away from the crowds.

hiking
1 day ago

Favorite hike just quick fun hike

Hiking with the kids, over 50 degrees on this gorgeous February day, had to shed the layers all the way up! Great trail for kids!

Good footing, solid pack. Spikes and snowshoes were fine.

snowshoeing
2 days ago

Definitely more challenging than anticipated and would rate it as an easy to moderate trail but overall a good winter hike via snowshoes.

Quite beautiful trail. Would definitely go back next time I'm in the area

Winter summit. Snowshoes are a must after all this snow we received, over 10 feet in some places. The summit was whiteout with strong winds from the south west. Cairns and signs are covered by snow pack. please be observant in alpine, low visibility and hidden cairns can lead to loss of trail. Stayed a crag, gray knob was full.