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schneeschuhwandern
schnee
1 day ago

Great trail and views!

wandern
eisig
schnee
steinig
2 days ago

gehen
eisig
überwachsen
6 days ago

Nice easy walk even in the winter. Great trail for walking the dog. There are a few icy sections right now but, they’re easy to bypass

wandern
eisig
schlammig
8 days ago

Beautiful waterfall in winter, very icy once in the woods.

schneeschuhwandern
schnee
12 days ago

Beautiful trail through light woods filled with chickadees who do eat seed from your hands! Ends at the top of the Ridge with exceptional views of Lake Tahoe and the Mt. Rose area. More chickadees live at the top as well!

schneeschuhwandern
schnee
13 days ago

Great snowshoe trail for the family. View of Lake Tahoe and fun feeding the birds.

schneeschuhwandern
schnee
13 days ago

Great for snowshoeing. Need not follow the trail exactly. There will be many trails in the snow from skiers and snowshoers to follow up and down. If you just want the easiest route to the peak there is a trail from the Mt Rose campground parking lot (next parking lot up the mountain).

wandern
eisig
schnee
13 days ago

Super pretty but too icy to continue

on Hunter Creek Trail

wandern
eisig
schlammig
schnee
steinig
13 days ago

1/5/20- Overall great hike. Very icy towards the end. Bring spikes!

wandern
eisig
schlammig
13 days ago

wandern
14 days ago

I was not prepared for this hike or any hike in general. Rule #1: Take enough hydration with you. I didn't and I know better. I had a little less than 6 oz. of fluids with me and sipped only when I desperately needed it. Big mistake. Rule #2: Wear comfortable clothing and a good pair of sturdy shoes with traction. I wore comfortable clothing, but had the wrong pair of shoes. I wore weightlifting shoes that had zero ankle support, no traction, and very little sole support. My feet and ankles felt it during and after the hike. Bottom line...bring enough hydration and the right pair of kicks. Now for the review. The hike from the Michael D Thompson Trailhead parking lot to the actual waterfall is a little over 3 miles one way and will take about 1.5 hours at a walking pace. The trail itself is clearly defined, easy to follow, and ranked as moderate. Majority of the trail also follows the raging river, which can also be heard throughout the entire hike. This is not a difficult hike and the only challenges I see is the few times that you have to cross the river. Makeshift bridges made up of tree branches will get you across the river. Be careful when crossing the river. The river current is strong and the makeshift bridges are very slippery. The Hunter Creek Waterfall is at the end of the trail. There, you can enjoy that fact that you got to the end and snap a few photos. I'm not going to lie. The waterfall is small, but it's still a sight to seen and worth the hike. TIP #1: Trail is also known as the Michael D Thompson Trailhead Review. TIP #2: 90% of the hike is not shaded. Bring your sunscreen if you burn easily. TIP #3: Snakes on the trail. I repeat. Snakes on the trail. We encountered a rattlesnake and another huge snake on the trail. You've been warned. TIP #4: Hike is about 6 miles round trip. Elevation gain is very minimal. TIP #5: Popular hike in Reno. Dog friendly.

wandern
eisig
schnee
14 days ago

Rated as a moderate to strenuous hike. Mary Jane Falls hike is about 1.5 miles and steep, but there's enough switchbacks to give your legs a little rest. I think the hike is easy to moderate depending when you go. Mary Jane Falls hike is perfect during the summer because it's about 20 degrees cooler than the city of Las Vegas. There's also a lot of shade heading to the falls, which is pretty cool (get it?). This hike is very popular and expect to see a lot of people after 9:00 AM. As for the falls itself, it's dried out during the summer and perfect during the spring...drip. I don't recommend Mary Jane Falls during the winter because it's dangerously slippery. The trail is still visible and the rocks may not be as dry as they look. The falls during the winter is a sight to be seen and heard. You can still hear the water crashing down, but the falls is frozen like one giant icicle. Don't expect too many tourist on the actual hike during this time. But that doesn't mean that you won't see a ton of tourist at the trailhead acting a fool playing in the snow.

wandern
schnee
steinig
14 days ago

Varry Ice once you get under the tree cover spikes or walking sticks recomended. The falls are still semi frozen and look amazing.

wandern
schnee
14 days ago

My wife and I did our first snowshoe hike ever and we chose the Spooner Lake trail which is posted as a 2.1 mile trek around the lake. Fantastic! Great views = great pics and a wonderful time. Mostly flat with some minor ups and downs. Our group age ranged from 61-70. It was good and fun exercise and I would highly recommend this as a place to go. We did this hike on 12/30/19, and there were only a dozen people we saw on the trail and park area at the time. Parking costs were $10 which we paid at the entrance. The snowshoes my wife and I rented were MSR EVOs and they were also very easy to use and cost $15/day each including poles. Looking for something fun, inexpensive, and good for you? This is it.

wandern
schnee
14 days ago

wandern
eisig
14 days ago

rucksacktour
schnee
steinig
15 days ago

3rd section hike on the Tahoe Rim Trail for us. It was much colder than our previous 2. Less people. We did it on Oct 12th weekend 2019. A little bit of all terrain. Definitely consider hard. But such a beautiful way to experience Lake Tahoe and the cities and towns around it.

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