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Very rocky with heavy roots in some areas. Found it to be a moderate to easy hike with several wet areas to navigate. Lovely views and a nice rest area at the shelter with a campfire pit! Great experience overall.

4 days ago

We did the walk with our pup. Not sure that it should be rated ‘easy’. There are a lot of roots and rocks in the trail, making it a bit tricky. At the outlet from the pond, we had to go somewhat off trail to find a suitable path for our dog.

4 days ago

We had a wonderful hike with our pup. Not too easy. Not too hard. Good investment in time. Outstanding views from the top. Could have stayed up on the ledges for hours.

4 days ago

We had a nice little walk up the trail with our pup. The area had gotten a little snow, earlier in the day. We went up the Black Cap trail and down the Black Cap Connector. Views near the top were good.

A great hike (walk ) around the lake
is a great place to stop and have lunch and enjoy the scenery....peace and quiet.
Thank you

This was a challenging hike as it was our second moderate one of the day but it was very rewarding at the end. The falls are breathtaking and can not be captured with a photo! Not a a lot of room to spread out and relax at the falls but it wasn’t crowded when we went and we were able to relax and enjoy the view for a while. We had a small dog with us and he had no trouble on the hike.

7 days ago

We do this hike about ten times a year. The trail is a great morning get away. Only negative is to those of you that can't respect to dog leash rule, this weekend was a mess, enjoy the forest,,, respect the humans.

What a view! Rocky, with boulders, and roots make this trail interesting. A few steep spots but overall steady inclines. It was hard to leaVe the ledges. The view was so beautiful. We had them all to ourselves on a Saturday, after 3:00. You have to go back to the trail each time you go explore the ledges.

Loved this hike! Nice views of the Presidentials at the beginning of hike and again part way up! No view from the peak but DO continue on to the ledges a mile or so from the peak. Wonderful views there on large open ledges toward Pickering, Stanton, Langton, Atatash and many more. Somewhat steep, but Moderate is an apt rating overall. As others have written, the dirt road leading up to the small lot is very narrow and has gullies on both sides. Made it up in a car with no problem, but fortunately met no vehicle on the way. Not sure if two vehicles could squeeze by each other. Parking area is small but it seems this hike is “off the beaten path” enough to attract few hikers. We met only two people during our hike. A “ hidden gem” in my opinion!

10 days ago

Did the trail today with my husband today. Not a bad hike and the gals were beautiful today. Worth the hike.

This was a fun hike, trails are well maintained and blazed, until you get about 200 yards from the summit and the blazes are on rock and rather hard to find but makes for a fun climb. would rate it as moderate.

Fun hike

Moderately easy trail with amazing views from lookouts along the way to the summit.

This is a decent moderate hike. Starts out gradually with a decent incline, as you hear the stream on your left. Eventually it will level off a bit before another incline. As you approach the destination (The falls), you actually descend. It's been a relatively wet week, so there were muddy stretches.
Overall it is a nice short hike, and the falls at the end are beautiful, however the trail is very busy. Too busy in my opinion. Perhaps it was because of the long holiday weekend.

14 days ago

Really enjoyed our hike. We went counter clockwise and spent about half an hour at the summit. Personally, I'd rank the hike easy overall. There was a brief period of steep incline, but it was short and not technical. Be careful you don't miss the summit!

14 days ago

I would call this more easy than moderate beautiful waterfalls.

14 days ago

Great hike with super rewarding views at the top. Definitely follow the advice to go counter clockwise, glad we did. My dog loved it, too. Not too crowded, even in peak foliage season.

Great views!

15 days ago

It’s a perfect family hike: not too long or strenuous, but getting to the top still feels like an accomplishment. There is some rock scrambling required at the top that may feel moderately challenging to some, but it’s very doable. We saw people of all ages and fitness levels on the trail. We went with several kids ranging in age from 2 to 10 and they had a blast. The two year old was carried up in a pack but insisted upon climbing the rocks at the top. There are actually several areas at the top where it was safe for the two year old to roam! It took us about 40 minutes to make it up but that was with kids. Adults could do it much quicker. Trekking poles or a walking stick aren’t necessary but they do help on this particular hike. We went around noon on a holiday weekend and it was crowded; the parking lot was full and cars were lining both sides of Hurricane Mountain Road. However, the crowds dispersed along the trail and didn’t take away from the experience at the top.

17 days ago

IT is more than great. No Words for iT

Went on trail on first day after many days of rain. Was quite challenging and slippery. Would rate this as a hard moderate trail. Views were obscured because of slight fog. Tree cover at top also hinders views. Used the trail head from app. Went to summit and back.

totally worth the hike!

Great views moderate hike. Very fun place to checkout.

Easy, but crowded . Great views.

We did a variant that joined the Bryce Path. We started from the NW shore of Echo Lake on the yellow trail which has a sign indicating "To Bryce Path". Took us about one hour to the top and back, plus viewing time at the top. A bit disappointing to find all the cars parked at the top if you're not expecting it. Excellent views. Much of this hike is flat and wide with two relatively, short but steep rises. This route apparently misses the waterfall.

on Boulder Loop Trail

28 days ago

We went counter clockwise as suggested. Much easier on the knees. Weather was great. Only a hint of leaf fall color change though. Another week or two and it should be perfect for this hike

Bryce Path is not a loop. It is a 1.2 mile hike from Echo Lake to the top of Cathedral Ledge with some of the best views anywhere. From Cathedral you can see Mt. Washington Valley below you. The hike down is the same route as going up. It looks like somebody posted this as a "loop" and did so using the Cathedral Ledge Auto Road. The road is not part of this hike. It is mostly flat around the Echo Lake Trail and from the intersection of that trail to Bryce Link. From Bryce Link to the top it becomes steeper with two rather steep areas. The surface is hard packed dirt with, for the most part, stable rocks and an assortment of tree roots. Great short hike and the views are worth it! You can also access Bryce Path from Bryce Link off of Cathedral Ledge Rd. Look for the first kiosk on the left side of Cathedral Ledge Rd. and follow Bryce Link to Bryce Path and take a right. The trail is marked with signs and yellow paint markings on rocks and trees. Five stars for the hike and the views from the top.

28 days ago

Really great hike, trail is well-maintained and doable for all ages. Awesome views at the top as well as along the trail at look-out points. We took the loop clockwise just because I had forgotten about the suggestions from this app but it wasn’t terribly hard coming down.

It’s not easy, starts off easy but the climb up is very steep. Views are great !

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