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hiking
2 days ago

Trail is in good shape with mostly packed snow, but was a bit icy on the descent. Wear yaktrax if you've got 'em! Car to car in 1:50 with a 5-10 min break at the top.

Beautiful trail, snow packed basically the entire way. I wore yak tracks which were helpful on the way down. There's nothing technical about this trail, but the length and consistent elevation gain make it moderately difficult.

hiking
3 days ago

Great trail all year round, my dog loves it. Gets very heavily trafficked in the summer, sometimes so busy it's not worth it. Also not called big rock trail, it's mueller park trail.

it was wonderfull, but if you have a fear of heights it can on some places be nerve wrecking. if wet, do nog do this one, guess it will be quit slippery thans.

This was my first time on the trail (MLK holiday). It took us about 4 hours round trip and there were people faster and slower than us. I would rate this as moderate-difficult. The bottom and top were hardest (incline) and the middle was much easier. I wore yak-trax and I would DEFINITELY suggest them to anyone hiking in the winter. My husband wore running shoes and things got a little dicey on the way down, especially at the top. All in all this was a great trail and we will be back in the spring/summer. Oh, the app says this is 5.3 mi but the trailhead says 3.0 to the summit; add in the .5 mile through the campground and this is more like a 7 mi RT hike.

snowshoeing
4 days ago

Fairly easy, and a lot of fun to snow shoe in! When you get to the waterfall it is stunning, part of its frozen then you get a little glimpse of the part that is still flowing. Highly recommend.

One of my favorite trails. So fun for anyone who even remotely likes the outdoors.

One of my most memorable. Breath taking views with an opportunity to step outside of your comfort zone and really feel accomplished.

Beautiful views and a great workout! Easy to access too.