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hiking
2 months ago

love this hike and the views. Crisp new snow this morning and didn't pass another person the whole time. Fresh Cougar tracks this morning. If you park at the wind caves and walk across the street into the camp ground you will find the trailhead that takes you up the hills first, and get your blood pumping. watch your step at the top, huge drop offs.

hiking
2 months ago

This was a beautiful trail but the difficulty is deceiving. If you are afraid of heights, you might want to rethink the adventure as it is very steep at the ascent with narrow parts. Definitely would have benefited from hiking poles as I ended up using the hillside to descend. I also did not make it up as my fear of heights made me turn back half-way up the ascent. I will do it again but next time I am bringing better equipment and more bravery!

off road driving
2 months ago

I think moderate wheeling is a good description. I have a long bed tacoma with 33’s and a 2.5” lift. This trail really wasnt bad. Went in the early spring on a rainy day so there was some slipping on the rocks as when gained elevation. I did have a rear locker on as well so that helped. Beautiful scenery. Some prior off roading skill will help you ascend the trail with no damage or scratches. This trail is probably not for beginners. Lots of fun, a moderate challenge.

Absolutely gorgeous, even with most of the leaves having fallen. Lake is crystal clear and the surface is like glass. Pretty busy given the weather, but more than enough space to “get away” from others. The far side trail along the lake was muddy, but doable. Just wear hiking boots, not sneaks and you’ll be fine.

My dog loved splashing and running, others with well behaved pets as well.

Bathrooms as clean as can be expected and odor was minimal.

Parking was accessible and had enough to go around.

Road up is a little precious is some areas bc of the shrubs intruding onto the drive path on the sharp turns.

Will be going back in full winter and spring to enjoy more!

3 months ago

Nice hike. Steep in the beginning but evens out. If you’re
scared of heights you might want to reconsider, a few spots were on the edge, don’t look down!

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful hike for all seasons. Shade in the summer, beautiful fall foliage and usually groomed in the winter (I like to snowshoe it). It is a gradual climb along the stream with a couple of bridges. Once you reach the rock quarry hill it is a bit steeper and has looser rock, but getting to the top provides a beautiful view down canyon and of the waterfalls (we spotted three on a rainy day). There are a lot of shell fossils in the loose quarry rock that are fun to find.

Note: the waterfalls are actually just beyond where the red path line on the map shows; you have to hike up to the top of the rock quarry to see them. Once you come to the giant loose rock hill, follow the 4 wheel drive road up to the quarry. When the road reaches the flat top of the quarry, look left and right there may be one on each side. To find the third and easiest to walk up to, walk the flat quarry top west until it turns back in to a dirt road and turns the corner. The waterfall is just beyond that turn.

It was a fun hike!! Beautiful steam, waterfalls and plenty of friendly mountain bikers to ask questions of! We’ll do it again !!

Lovely hike with the right amount of up, down and traversing the mountain. Also it is largely in the shade. The down is a bit steep in places so hiking sticks are nice if you have sensitive knees.

One of my favorite hiking spots. The scenery is amazing!

Hiked it with my 2.5 year old and some friends it was amazing! A few sources of water along the way and peaceful.

Hiked this yesterday with my daughter. The climb out was pretty strenuous. But, well worth it. Very beautiful.

The fall colors were just starting to appear! This is a great hike, not too steep, amazing views!

hiking
4 months ago

Such a fun hike! It was pretty steep for the first little but and then it evened out. The views were beautiful and I would recommend this hike!

hiking
4 months ago

Very nice trail. Elevation gains aren’t too bad. The hardest Park is coming back up through the switch backs in the fir forest right before you get to the lake. Beautiful views. The trail is actually 8.2 miles according to my gps, if that matters. Trail is clearly marked. Bring plenty of water/ sunscreen and hat if doing a day hike because there are large portions of the trail with no shade. Great/little hike! The gps took us to wrong place. Just follow Tony Grove rd all the way to the end. It was $7.00 to park.

We had the whole hike and lake to ourselves. It was beautiful

This was an amazing hike to do with a 4 year old and 2 year old. We went during June and the weather was wonderful. So many wildflowers to look at. We will definitely be back!

hiking
4 months ago

Very pretty and not too hard, at all. I got the hike done in about 2 1/2 hours, but that was with me stopping and taking pictures the whole way. I didn't see a single soul throughout the whole hike.

hiking
4 months ago

Good hike. Our seven year old with a cousin to distract him did surprising well on the hike. Given the young age of some of our hikers (7, 9,10) plus teens and adults we felt good about the 3.5 hours it took to reach the peak. Rocky with a pretty constant incline most of the way. (The first half was definitely easier then the second.) It was harder than expected, especially on the knees coming down.

hiking
4 months ago

Nice loop to hike if you have an afternoon to hike. Toughest part was the switchbacks up and downhill. Mostly shaded so the heat wasn’t a problem. Many lookout spots that have incredible views.

pretty easy trail between 7.5-8 miles. mostly flat. the hardest part is going back up once you get to the lake! there were TONS of cows and sheep everywhere though so watch out

hiking
4 months ago

Loved this hike! Fairly strenuous on the way up. Not too technical. It was safe and fun for our 2 huskies to join us and the view was incredible! Love being at the highest peak in the bear river mountains.

This is a great hike to do with kids (mine are 15, 13 5 and 5). Beautiful scenery, some rock scrambling, never anything super tricky. On one end of the loop you can access the lake and play if you want. So many birds and wildflowers. Restrooms at the trail head. We really loved it.

5 months ago

Amazing views!

hiking
5 months ago

Went for a quick morning hike, great trail, lake is beautiful! Paved road to nice parking lot.

on White Pine Lake Trail

5 months ago

The spectacular wildflowers and lovely lake at the end of the trail make this one a "must do". Went on a Saturday, and had lots of company. Low on solitude, but high on friendly people enjoying Mother Nature's gifts

backpacking
5 months ago

A great 1 or 2 day backpacking adventure! My wife and I did a 2 day trip 20 years ago and I just took 2 of my kids (wife was nice enough to stay back with the younger kids). Great wildflowers and not too difficult with a pack. Don't count on fish for dinner as they seem to be picky. This area seems surprisingly popular for fishing 4 miles in.

backpacking
5 months ago

Backpacked to this beautiful spot. Worth it.

Backpacked this trail with a group of 12, ranging in age from 11 yrs old to 50, and was a nice variety of difficulty for all. Enjoyed the campground and cooler/cleaner air. Plenty of trees for setting up hammocks as half the group opted to do that. Plan on 2 hrs each way. Many wild flowers, but a couple weeks sooner would've been better. Overall, great hike.

Did a herb walk at peak flower season.
Most excellent.

so great for family day, beautifully floral time.
dogs love it...kids love it.

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