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Hiked this trail Sat. Could not find the two rock outcroppings shown in the pictures. We found "look out point" but couldn't find the others. Where did we miss this.
We are planning on going back. If you can offer some help please let me know.
The trails are beautiful.
If you can offer some help I'd appreciate it.
A moderately hard trek with some rolling hills along the way. Trail was not clearly marked and a little difficult to decide which one to take when it split. It looked like most of the trails you could take all converged about 1.25 mi. into the hike where there was a sign pointing to Post Oak Falls. All together we traveled just over 2 mi. round trip (after taking some "detours"). Beautiful views of Treasure Lake and rock formations. Take a bottle of water per person and sturdy shoes.
I did this almost 15 years ago and for being really young (10) it was quite difficult. Today I don't think it would be very hard. The trail is quite long and the climb to the top of the mesa was somewhat hard. The views were good and the satisfaction of being at the highest point in the state was great too. Watch out for cactus!