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wandern
schnee
23 days ago

Went at the end of July- lots of mosquitos. Otherwise perfect conditions, ran into other groups occasionally, amazing trip.

scrambling
steinig
26 days ago

Climbed in late September, much easier than I had imagined. Don't let the ridge scare you, as long as it's not covered in snow it's safe. 3 points of contact at all times and a rope isn't really needed. The last few hundred meters is a scramble but just take it slow. Some of the best views of any state high point!

wandern
schnee
1 month ago

Nice hiking trail. A few inches of snow on the ground on thanksgiving day. A couple of trees are down and are obstructing the trail (consequence of the high winds that we had during the week). No major issue though. About 4 hours of hiking, 11.1 miles.

11/20/19 Awesome trail, incredible views, no snow quite yet.

wandern
2 months ago

Came here on November 18th, 2019 to the paved parking lot with the bathroom and it was closed off with a gate. I drove down to the "trail crossing" sign just a bit down the hill and parked there. DO NOT GO UP THE HILL IN THE PARKING LOT! This will just lead you a mile back to the parking lot that is blocked off. go across the street and start! Also, when you get to the first fork in the road, follow the signs toward the right to "Stack Rock Trail". Then there is another fork and both ways say "Stack Rock Trail". You can go down either, as it is a loop. I chose to go up to the left and it is a little rough but then there is a sign for stack rock at the top. Then I went down the other side and it was real pretty. I clocked in at almost 12 miles but I also went a mile and back in the wrong direction lol. Should be about 10 miles. 4 stars only because the map didn't take me to the right spot and I was sad I couldn't start and park in the correct spot (probably based on time of year). otherwise, great and amazing hike!

wandern
2 months ago

The trail on the app is different than the signs

on City of Rocks Loop

wandern
2 months ago

amazing climbing, dirt bagged it as the fees are crazing but epic climbing for sure.

wandern
3 months ago

Went for a last minute Sunday hike and the weather was perfect. This was my first time hiking to Stack Rock. Took about 4 1/2 hours. I parked at the “new” paved parking trailhead, watch for the signs. Or, if you want to cut the hike by about 40 minutes, park where the sign said “Trail Crossing.” Great hike and pretty busy on Sunday but very enjoyable. Went for 11 plus miles and my phone died on the way back to the car. Bring plenty of water. Also, something I didn’t know is if you are leaving from the new paved parking area, it’s a good 5 hour hike. On this higher trailhead you will pass the lower access trailhead which continues to the Stack Rock trailhead which actually loops around. It does take a little longer to loop around but it’s very pretty. Would be tough to do the full trail with younger children.

wandern
3 months ago

Great hike! Took me a bit over 4 hours there and back. Parked at the new parking which is nice an paved with restrooms.

wandern
3 months ago

I loved this trail, although with the new trailhead we hiked much longer than intended. I clocked 11.6 miles. My four year old hiked 10.5 of those miles. There were so many beautiful views interspersed with traipses through the beautiful pine trees. Wonderful time of year and reminded me a bit of the Pacific Northwest in the woods with all the moss growing in trees and the ground.

wandern
3 months ago

Awesome, shaded, alpine trail. Not to bad climbing wise. Perfect temp in October with the sun up

wandern
schnee
scrambling
3 months ago

Hiked it yesterday but had to turn around by COR due to snow storm rolling in. Would recommend but snow a good 1.5 feet deep around half way up. Plan on coming back to summit

wandern
3 months ago

Awesome trail with great views, dipping in and out of dense trees and sandy rock formations. Be careful of mountain bikers whipping around corners and coming downhill. Many don’t announce themselves.

wandern
schnee
scrambling
steinig
3 months ago

great hike! bring gloves for the ridge and the cold! fair amount of snow up above 11k. round trip about 7.5 hours. weather was not looking good as we drove away so I'm sure conditions will not be great moving forward.

wandern
3 months ago

Hiked yesterday. Some snow on the trail after COR.

wandern
schnee
3 months ago

Absolutely beautiful hike. Bring gloves and wear sunscreen, a good chunk of the hike is through snow and well above treeline. Be prepared to scramble and to lower yourself ~10-12 feet onto a snow bridge via a climbing rope. Steep as all hell but the views are well worth it, 10/10

on Stack Rock Trail

wandern
4 months ago

This was a great trail, but it shouldn’t be marked as a loop. The distance listed is correct, but it’s definitely not a loop.

wandern
4 months ago

One of the shadiest trails in the Boise-area, so a nice reprieve from endless sunshine. I love that it has wide areas so you can hike next to your group for awhile.

on Stack Rock Trail

wandern
4 months ago

Looks like the description was fixed to "out and back". We did hike "Freddy's Stack Rock" trail which is a 9.6 mi well signed loop. You can find it on the Ridge to Rivers website. It was interesting watching mountain bikers navigate off leash dogs (which is allowed). Beware, most bikers we encountered did not announce themselves by yelling "on your left". They mostly said something when they were right behind us which was a little nerve wrecking. All in all, it's a really nice hike that can get you some miles close to home.

wandern
4 months ago

Very steep but enjoyable hike with great scenery.

wandern
4 months ago

Trail in excellent condition. Super exhausting and tiring. The chicken out ridge is really a thrilling experience. One of the most amazing hikes I have ever done

wandern
4 months ago

Everything was great. there was a little new snow, but not on the trail.

wandern
schlammig
scrambling
steinig
4 months ago

Awesome Hike... be ready for a good effort and try to pick a day when weather not an issue. COR not that bad so don't let that deter you.. just be mindful as you will be literally scrambling/climbing up and around rocks .. there are plenty of hand/foot holds and drop off not that daunting... there is a 15' section where this is a rope in place to help you out.. was a bit muddy with some snow at very top as it had snowed a few days prior.. spectacular views .. poles helpful for most of hike except in rock pass section. door to door took us 7 hours.. bring gloves... a good attitude and some miles under the legs.

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