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A real hidden gem, did this last week, got a little snow. I could see where the vegetation could block the views, but in the fall it was beautiful.

A little scratchy but a nice trail

walking
20 days ago

Great trail to take a dog on. I love being in the trees, shade and fall leaves.

1 month ago

We love this trail. But about three weeks ago my dog got suddenly sick and passed away after hiking in the same spot on this trail two days in a row. I am wondering if anyone else had a similar experience?

Great for trail running. Perfect breaks between hills. Not scenic though.

on Birdsong Trail

1 month ago

Love this trail! Easy for the littles and shady in most spots.

on Indian Trail

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful trail, take your time and really enjoy the views.

It was a really challenging trail for me. It’s a good trail to overlook the city, but not much of an escape. I would recommend it for fireworks watching. The traffic, planes, trains, and emergency vehicles are audible all the way up the trail. The work you put in doesn’t feel like an equal output.

1 month ago

Enjoyed the challenging hike during the cooler temperatures. Very peaceful at the end to relax.

1 month ago

one of my favorites especially in the fall. beautiful colors and views. I start at 27th or 22nd.

I use this trail all year round for hiking, mountain biking and snow shoeing. Of the three, it's best for snow shoeing after a heavy snowfall.

1 month ago

Good hike for kids. We took them during sunset and it was beautiful. Leaves are starting to change colors. Recommend this hike in the Fall.

hiking
1 month ago

Starting at the Cold Water Canyon trailhead for this hike there was a large congregation of wasps blocking the trail about 0.75 miles in. They were attracted to the water that flowed over the trail and there wasn't a good way around them. We decided to turn around and hike a different trail in the canyon instead.

hiking
2 months ago

Great hike! I would suggest having two vehicles. One at 22nd Street and one at the canyon trailhead.

2 months ago

Did approximately 3 1/2 miles round trip. Nice climb

hiking
2 months ago

Love this Hike I like to go up there from 22nd Street and look at the beautiful scenery.

hiking
2 months ago

Needed a short, shady mid-day hike & this worked well for that, shaded most of the way and runs along the creek. If you are going more than about 3/4 mile wear long pants as it's somewhat overgrown in spots, trail itself was not too difficult to follow. I'd like to come back when I have more time and see if I can get all the way to the top of the canyon doing some bushwhacking.

2 months ago

Love this trail. It is great for a longer hike, with some elevation gain.

2 months ago

Beautiful hike. Good workout with great views.

We used this route to go get a beer at blues brews and BBQ at snow basin! Great hike♥️

hiking
2 months ago

One of my favorite hikes but I have seen rattlesnakes all summer on this trail.

this is a really beautiful hike. the fern forest is kind of amazing. the flowers were mostly spent, but still pretty. trail is pretty tight in some areas, but well worth the work when you take in the views. would definitely do again.

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful, secluded trail! It's completely shaded and runs along a creek, which you cross multiple times. It's a little overgrown, but that's part of the fun!!! I did step right next to a rattlesnake while crossing the stream, so take caution!

hiking
3 months ago

Really beautiful and nice little hangout spots. Trail gets really thick this time I got to were the app said the trail ends and turned around because I forgot my machete but the trail really end about another mile or so were the creek begins.
PS 1 mile in there is a little pool and waterfall to cool off

hiking
3 months ago

I did this hike by myself and for starters I would say it was harder than moderate... I’m a distance runner so I would say I am in pretty good shape and this hike kicked my ass! Very very steep and there’s hardly any shade so it was sooo hot. I didn’t have a lot of water left and I was dehydrated and I was alone so I didn’t make it to the top because I was nervous about fainting so I turned around after 2 miles. Pretty hike and very challenging. Would like to do it in colder weather for sure. If you’re looking for a challenge this is a great hike to do. When you turn off the indian trail pay attention bc I missed it but thanks to this app I found it quickly.

I wouldn't do this trail again.

We are in pretty great shape, but my wife wanted to turn back with about 2 miles left because we didn't know if we'd have a better route back down.

I liked how hard the trail was and could have completed, but this trail had a lot of challenges midway through that were not our favorite:

- The swarms of wasps was disconcerting and too frequent for our liking. It made it difficult to enjoy the light stream at all.
- The first overgrowth section was about a mile of swatting bushes out of your face.
- The second overgrowth was several miles in and it was low shrubbery that tore up your legs.
- The scenery and "wildflowers" were pretty blah.

If you're going for a challenging hike, enjoy overlooks, and are well equipped for the rough terrain, and don't mind a lot of overgrowth on your hike, enjoy!

*We hiked just under 10 miles total of this trail according to Google Fit.

3 months ago

Great trail for an out and back!

My husband and I and our friend Erin completed this hike on July 28.

We started the hike at about 12:30, and made it down around 3:30 (although we did jog part of the way down). It was a 100* day, and only 10% of the trail is shaded, so we were roasting. The trail is moderately inclined the entire way, with sections that are severely steep. We stopped probably 10 times on the way up.

The views at the top were great.... we're glad we made it! My only complaint for this hike is the directions. I've been on the Indian Trail multiple times and never noticed the turnoff for Hidden Valley.

Would definitely recommend this hike for anyone who is in good shape and ready to take on a serious climb.

Awesome trail, lots of shade. About a mile up it opens up a bit with a ton of ferns that guard the path tightly for half a mile or so. I would like to go all the up and take Malans down. Looks like 10 miles and 4800 ft up

on Pioneer Trail

hiking
3 months ago

This is a good trail and I would say fairly easy. The climbs are quite gradual both ways and makes for a nice easy hike. The first 1.5 miles aren't covered and can get quite hot in the summer, but if you start early you'll have shade the entire way to the valley. After that first 1.5 miles, you have quite a bit of cover from the trees. There's another break in the tree cover after you hit the parking lot and start the trail going down into the valley, but it does have some cover towards the end as well. I noticed that the All Trails app showed me as off course on the second half of the trail where the trail seems to parallel the road all the way to the end, but that's private property and there are no trespassing signs posted. If you just keep to the trail and disregard some of the recorded tracks, you'll be fine. It's well marked nearly the entire way. There were three dogs roaming the trail towards the end where there are some houses. One was quite large, but they were all friendly. But, if you're afraid of dogs, be aware that they seem like they're just some free-range dogs from one of the nearby houses that are probably there all the time. A couple more things - the trail is quite rocky for about the first 1.5 miles and then turns into a dirt trail afterward. The second half of the trail, after you cross the parking lot, is a bit overgrown for about a half mile, but it's still easy to follow.

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