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Great weekend trail! With easy to follow trail markers.

wandern
7 hours ago

Cool waterfall just thinking about how long it took to form is awesome.

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steinig
9 hours ago

Great trail! We did a point to point hike by leaving one car at McKelligon Canyon then driving another to Transmountain to start the hike there. Use a GPS or All Trails recorder to help you stay on the correct trails. It’s easy to go off on the wrong side trail and end up on a sketchy route. On the way up to The Mammoth we met a lot of people but once we were past that we barely met a soul. The trails up top are marked with blue spray paint, which was helpful especially at the first chain section. There are chains in several sections on top of the trail to scramble up (if coming from McKelligon) or down (if coming from Transmountain). Use your best judgement on these sections as the rocks are slick from use. Coming back down the Ron Coleman trail in McKelligon was busy, but that’s the norm there on the weekends. Overall, a great hike and we’ll do it again! It took us 3 hours with snack and photo breaks. Take plenty of water, snacks and wear a hat! The sun can be brutal up top!

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schlammig
10 hours ago

Great trail to run. Not too technical, but plenty of different terrain. This is also a horse trail, so some of it is pretty torn up.

this is our second time to do this trail. love it. one of the only non paved trails with some nice elevation. you do need the GPS to stay on the trail. lots of cut offs that can get you lost.

wandern
12 hours ago

Great trail for casual hike

The descent in for the first 2000' or so is fairly loose with lots of rocks and gravel but not too hard. Once you get close to the creek bed, the trail flattens out and the trail will be a bit smoother. The first section has some shade but not a lot but there is plenty of shade once you get to the bottom of the hill. Take water and make sure to save some for hike back up the hill on the way out.

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12 hours ago

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steinig
12 hours ago

wandern
14 hours ago

First trail with my fiancé and dog! Love the different scenery and view that this place offers. The other hikers and bikers were friendly and polite! Very easy to navigate through the trail!

wandern
Gebühren
kein schatten
14 hours ago

Pretty well trafficked. There are a few steep inclines and the scenery was nice but the trail itself was a bit short.

wandern
15 hours ago

Really pretty walk along the river!

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sturmholz
16 hours ago

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steinig
17 hours ago

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17 hours ago

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steinig
19 hours ago

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steinig
19 hours ago

8yr old did the hike with me he survived !

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steinig
1 day ago

wandern
1 day ago

This was our favorite trail at Palo Duro and one of my favorite hikes ever! My husband and I are 58 and 65 years old, in average shape, and we found it very do-able. There were many beautiful overlooks and vistas and lots of up and down and long flat stretches. So even though you hike from the canyon floor all the way to the rim, it isn’t terribly difficult. At the top, when we reached the 2,5 mile sign post, we followed a trail through a field and to a rutted dirt road which we followed to the right for about 3/4 mile. We came to a beautiful overlook where we could see our camper in the Mesquite campground. Our golden retriever also enjoyed the hike. We stopped to give her water at least 5 times even tho the weather was not hot. So if you take your dog, bring lots of water for them.

wandern
1 day ago

The route shown goes into the nature preserve, which does not allow dogs. But you can continue to follow the river for a few miles with dogs. A few Kodak moments of the river.

this is a very nice trail with lots of shade. my daughter biked up to wurzbach pkway and it continues to Phil hardberger park. I used my jogging stroller. There are some of road trails that are fun to on too. The one thing I did notice was there was a lot of trash in the creeks. very sad of all the litter.

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steinig
1 day ago

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