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coming back up from the beach is killer, but beautiful all the way through.

This scenic trail is easily accessible (once you find parking!) and provides a very scenic hike. Fairly busy, keep dogs on leash, use proper trail etiquette.

Good elevation change, light traffic, and great viewing of fall colors!

2 days ago

on Toketee Falls

2 days ago

Watch out for dog poop on the trail! It was kind of a bummer to have to be more aware of piles of poo than actually enjoying the scenery around. Overall, it's a beautiful tiny hike!

Great, short hike. It’s a workout, but you are rewarded with terrific views. The lake is incredibly beautiful!

We enjoyed our hike on a beautiful 65 degree, sunny day! On the way to Mirror Lake, the trail weaves through pine forest on a consistent incline, but the ground is a bit forgiving. There are tree roots and rocks to work around, but it is easily navigable. Don’t skip the hike around Mirror Lake, this is where you’ll get iconic views of Mount Hood. The hike down is relaxing. Enjoy the tranquility and the friendly hikers you’ll meet along the way!

3 days ago

This was an absolutely gorgeous hike! Perfect sunny Fall day to absorb all that nature has to offer. The leaves were changing, both creeks (Camp Creek & Still Creek) were running at perfect heights, it was completely silent with exception of the sound of the water and an occasional bird. Perfection!! Highly recommend this when you have a couple hours to explore and enjoy some incredible scenery. :)

Side note: Definitely take the road to Camp Creek Campground, as others have mentioned, approximately milepost 47. To our surprise, the campground had already closed for the season, but we just parked off to the side, just outside the gate. By foot, enter the campground and stay to the right at the split, There’s a turnaround past the campsites with a small parking lot that only holds about 2-3 cars. Directly across from that is a bridge that leads to the trailhead. Enjoy!! :)

Highly trafficked place, many varieties of people... I went twice at night and once in the day. Seeing it in the light was so disgusting that I will never go back (and I am not a germaphobe). It is a beautiful place but it is ruined by the amount of people that flock to it. Road to hot springs is very pot holy, high clearance vehicle recommended but not needed.

4 days ago

My favourite waterfall although hike is short and usually very crowded.

4 days ago

This is an great hike for an easier view of the southern Cascades. Starts at a high elevation point and is shorter so the hike puts you higher than Mt Bailey without the intensity. Took 2.5 hours up and down. Hiked end of August and weather was fair. Not a lot of traffic for a National Park!

We were lucky based on the other reviews - there was little mud on the trail the day we hiked. We thought it was a fun hike, overall, and we thought the views were beautiful! Take time to stop at the Vista points made by previous hikers that are worth it The destination - Crescent Beach - is also beautiful and we ended up spending more time than we had anticipated down there! Check out the waterfall and the rock cave on the north end of the beach. We passed about six other small groups of hikers along the way, but it wasn’t a problem at all.

The stairs might be challenging for someone with bad knees; there are a few with bigger gaps in a couple of places. In most cases, people have made more manageable steps in the dirt alongside of the built stairs and there are not many of them! Keep in mind that if you drink a lot of water like I do...use the bathrooms before you head out. There’s nothing along the way! Enjoy!

Gorgeous hike that’s still accessible even in the snow! Lots of great pics and tons of tiger trout catches

I've done this hike several times. Easy enough for everyone, but still a fun accomplishment. Beautiful view, woods, lake, and wildflowers. That view of Mother Hood is to die for

easy hike, gorgeous views at the lake. our dogs loved it too.

Best stop we made off the Oregon Coast Highway. Super muddy terrain but so worth it.

So beautiful, definitely worth it to go on to the Tom Dick & Harry trail once you loop the lake!

Wow... Was not expecting how cool this hike was. Amazing views all the way to the top. Felt very accomplished when we finally made it to the top. Be aware of the elevation changes, once I got to the top I started getting light headed and weak in the knees. Thankfully the climb was not very steep or it would have been a rough time getting down. Can't wait to do it again.

currently road closed for repaving

Lots of great views on a sunny day. Even great views of the lake. Rime ice was awesome on the pines as and it's only mid October. Great hike.

13 days ago

Was a fun short hike. A little muddy on the first part of the trail but gets better for the downhill part.

14 days ago

incredible views!
the trail was as muddy as they claim and then some, plan accordingly.

Amazing little hike along the creek to the falls. The water was incredibly clear and the sandy bottom made it some of the prettiest water I have seen.

Breathtaking views!! Pretty strenuous if unused to the altitude.

Absolutely stunning views. Beach waterfall at the end. I never minded getting muddy as the views were spectacular.

Great view of the lake and wildlife

17 days ago

First time hikers with a 9 yr old and a pregnant lady. It was rainy and overcast but was still lovely. Maybe we’re just optimists, but nothing ruined our hike!

18 days ago

I don't like it no bath for the whaterfall

18 days ago

very good view

21 days ago

The view from the top is excellent

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