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4 days ago

Freshly fallen snow, giant pines, and gorgeous water. I felt safe walking through with my krampons but it may have been a bit slick with some swampy and snowy areas had we not had the proper gear.

Fantastic views and waterfall, however the trail was quite muddy and hilly making it a little harder then expected. Would definitely visit again.

29 days ago

Lots of areas fenced in. Trail blocked by tree at one point.

1 month ago

Lovely and easy hike for kids as well. Would be nice for picknik too!

Nice short and easy hike with lovely at the end. Great for walks with kids too!

1 month ago

hiked this trail October 15 2018. it was a good warm up trail before we hiked centennial.

on Beaver Pond Trail

1 month ago

hiked this tail in June. nice warm up trail.

1 month ago

Amazing trail with lots of waterfalls and lakes and a amazing lookout..wow!!

Walk and learn

Loved the view. very easy walk. not a technical trail at all. the colours were amazing yesterday.

relaxing trail. easy hike, not technical at all. nice view from the look out.

Good walk. boards can be a bit slick when they are wet so watch that. nice view of the bogs. easy.

a nice walk through history. the museum was neat as well. people were friendly. worth the trip.

nice quick trail with a good view.

1 month ago

Nice relaxing Trail...

1 month ago

Great trail, saw 2 moose!!! Don't walk too fast and check around to see wildlife...

Great family activity. Make sure to have paid at the gate.
This trail really sets you back in time. Lots and lots to discover no matter your age group.
Running shoes are fine.

Another great trail. During the fall colour season it would be recommended to start early. The earlier you go the more "privacy" you will have. Not too much fun if you are sharing the vistas with a ton of other people. Weekdays are also better.
Hiking shoes and good physical state would be required for the cache lake lookout.

Easy walk through the forest, but not much scenery.

Beautiful view, but not a challenging hike to really call it “moderate”. Trail is wide, clear, and well-managed. No toilet, so be sure to use the facilities before setting out.

Nice easy hike!

Great winter trail, especially if you're looking for something flat and relatively quick. Did the entire thing with my dog in March in half an hour.

Beautiful in the winter! Hiked this trail with my dog at sunrise at the end of March, right after a fresh snowfall, and it was absolutely stunning! The views are great, and the trail is relatively easy and takes no more than an hour with slight elevation changes and easy footing throughout. Very dog friendly!

So I did this hike back on March 10, 2018 with my dog. It is an absolutely stunning trail, with several waterfalls. I would highly recommend it, and would definitely do it again! The entire thing took me about 3.5 hours, including a few breaks.
Advice for winter: this trail was CRAZY icy. I love to hike in solitude, and I went first thing in the morning in winter, so it was totally isolated with nobody else around. But there are several inclines along the trail that, with the snow having melted and re-frozen, were basically giant slides. Luckily nobody was around to watch me grabbing on to tree limbs for support! If you take this trail in the winter, be prepared for ice!

Beautiful view

2 months ago

one of my favorite, shorter trails in the park. the lookouts provide nice views and an abundance of rocks and roots to climb around or sit and relax.

2 months ago

Nice trail around Lake. Fairly easy terrain.

Nice trail, easy enough for kids, and yeah, those big pines are a sight to see!

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