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Well marked, beautiful trail. Definitely hunters around in November, wear bright colours. Number of large trees down on trail that I had to navigate around, (over and under lol) because of high winds recently. Thankfully the trail markings where very clear to get me back on track. Thank you so much!

The trail to keep following the river is apparently closed, not sure why, signs say “do not hike beyond this point” not sure if advisory or illegal, but the trail was fine, without that it’s a very short loop, good views of waterfalls tho

Great trail system!! Very well marked / signed trail with clear paths. No cell service, but that wasn’t a big deal for us. We did the Red loop with a side trip to the shore on the Blue trail.. tide was on the way in so we didn’t complete the Blue trail, but scenery was beautiful!! Can’t wait to go back and do the complete Blue trail some time soon.

Wet and muddy. Some wildflowers and nice views. Juneau lake and waterfalls were pretty. Lots of berries to eat. I find the hikes in Colorado to be much prettier without all the bad weather. For pics and more info visit my blog https://etbtravelphotography.com/2018/09/02/backpacking-resurrection-pass-in-chugach-national-forest/

Short loop but well maintained and beautiful views.

The trail was marked as damaged from overuse.

The view of the waterfall was incredible. It is wide and tall. The bridge was stable and allowed views of both sides.

I’ve done this hike many times. It’s not long, and the falls are beautiful. We always head off the path at the top of the waterfalls and build an inuksuk.

Canada Creek loop was absolutely gorgeous! Plan ahead with the tide schedule, but well worth it.

A nice accessible walk with a few lovely views.

Nice trail, very easy. The swim in the lower falls was brisk but refreshing and the view of the upper falls was beautiful.

3 months ago

My first hiking trip ever. We did the 7 mile hike to Caribou Creek cabin. Trail was nice, a little muddy in spots but nothing that wasn’t impassable. Cabin was amazing!!!

3 months ago

Pleasant forest walk. I saw a lot of wildlife on the way such as otters, crabs, squirrels, eagles, slugs and more.

Really nice scenery

Easy accessibility is able for all

Nice and easy walk with a worthwhile view.

The whole loop of the upper and lower falls in total was a relatively short hike, and not too steep with barely a switchback! the forest is beautiful and the falls are breathtaking.

Amazing! Make sure to pack your swim stuff in the summertime and a hot day, and go find a swimming hole!

4 months ago

Did this 38 mile trail in 2 1/2 days. Well marked with plenty of water resources, campsites and bear boxes. Beautiful views and easy elevation gain/drops.

This was a nice hike through the woods, not too much to view other than the abandoned cabin and old cars randomly dispersed throughout heavily wooded areas that make you wonder if people are terrible drivers or just forgot where they parked many years ago. Also, a very good trail for people who tire easily. Half way through I was out of breath and then when I stopped to rest the flies carried me back to my car. What I am saying is: unless you plan on dumping half of your life savings on bug repellent, maybe stick to a more opened hiking trail.

mountain biking
4 months ago

Very well maintained trail. The views are pretty nice.

A great short hike that pays off right away. Great, magical swim hole at the lower portion.

5 months ago

The first few miles are paved, flat trails. An easy trek, good for a quick jog or walk with the pup.

5 months ago

I have now done this hike 4 summers in a row. I love it. It is great for kids and my 70 year old mother just finished it. The cabins along the way are great. The views are spectacular.

road biking
5 months ago

The map is very miss leading. The actual trail continues South West all the way to Dimond Blvd and Victor Road.

My 1.5 year old son, my wife and I needed a little walk in the wonderful BC nature and heard about this little gem. the trail starts from the parking lot and has a great loop that's well maintained and easy to walk on. My son loved stopping to see the huge trees and bridges. the falls are beautiful and definitely worth the stop. if you need a quick hour walk/hike, this is a great option to consider.

6 months ago

IWe were just talking to the falls really and back. Got on trail late in the day. First Mile or so was pleasant but a bit of Muck in places. Next came halfway decent trail but muck and snow - you know the bit of snow that’s left over real packed down right on the trail.

As we get near the falls and started getting colder and more snow and I post-holed once or twice.

It was a nice shakedown hike for the beginning of the season.

flat, short easy trail..

road biking
7 months ago

Almost all the snow is gone! Easy ride, not much altitude change. Good for getting a taste of the outdoors and mostly not interacting with street traffic.

Nice stay but could have better spaced out campsites

Awesome views of the water fall and an easy walk.

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