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hiking
12 hours ago

walking
12 hours ago

This is the Spring Water Trail. Paved, no elevation gain. I walk/bike it every week. Its not a hike, just a stretch and walk before diner. I'm posting this review in case someone not from the area looks it up. Its been listed as difficult but it is very easy.

The east first few miles are more scenic. Lots of snow in between trailheads during winter means you're better off with snow shoes although is still hikable, my shoes did get water in them. The tunnel is great and worth seeing, so I recommend starting on the eastern side. Pretty flat the whole way. Follows a highway so you always hear traffic.

Beautiful but we went in February and there was sooo much snow. Was honestly super dangerous

Definitely want to come back on a clear day in the summer when I can see the mountains and everything is in bloom. Still a very pretty walk otherwise.

walking
14 hours ago

Hiked up to the Misery Ridge Summit via the River Trail with my 11 year old lab. The only trouble spot we came upon was at the switchbacks near the top. The trail had significant ice but was still passable. Just go slow on the ice and in no time, you'll be at the top. Definitely worth the view.

Landslide and ice have taken out part of the trail. Right now (February) you'd need crampons and maybe an ice pick to make it past the first 1/4 mile. once the weather clears it might be passable again.

hiking
15 hours ago

Excellent trail. Easily about 6-8 feet wide the entire trail. Very well maintained, decent views in all directions along the entire way.

Beautiful. I've taken this trail 3 times now and seen the falls in lean and ample times, they are always beautiful.