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    Anthony DeHart completed Huckaby Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Anthony DeHart saved Soldier Pass Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Anthony DeHart saved Huckaby Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Anthony DeHart saved Cathedral Rock Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Anthony DeHart completed Bear Mountain Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Anthony DeHart saved Bear Mountain Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Anthony DeHart completed Cathedral Rock Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Anthony DeHart added Wolfe Park

    over 1 year ago

    Anthony DeHart completed Wolfe Park

    over 1 year ago

    Anthony DeHart saved Wolfe Park

    over 1 year ago

    Anthony DeHart saved Six-Mile Creek Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Anthony DeHart added Eiffel Lake Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Anthony DeHart saved Lake Minnewanka Trail

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    Anthony DeHart reviewed Buttermilk Falls Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Disappointing hike given the effort required. It is incredibly steep in the begiining and the highlight of the trip is the falls which is at the start of the hike. I expected to get to an overlook or something when at the top but nothing. I like secluded and hard to get to places that seem removed from the rest of the world and how incredibly disappointing to get to the very top and go to Crater Lake (don't miss it or the hike really isn't worth it) and find out that there are tons of people on the other side that took a road up to get there. Sorry, just not exclusive enough for me. :)

    Also as other reviewers hae mentioned, pay close attention to where the trail goes. Go back down hemlock from the AT if you came up the blue marked trail and visited crater lake. I enjoyed the cross country trails that you hit after the short climb down Hemlock trail but the trail after that isn't marked and you'll need to follow the proper route to link back up to the steep downhill part of front end of the original trail.

    Finally, ABSOLUTELY watch the road going south away from the falls. If you have a car with low ground clearance or value your suspension and bumpers go out the north side of Mountain Rd. Your car will thank you. The potholes were gigantic and it had recently rained and the massive puddles made it impossible to know just how deep they were. Given how far out this trail is I'd find other trails more worth the effort and potential damage to your vehicle. If however you want to see a fantastic waterfall, by all means visit, just skip the hike.

    Anthony DeHart reviewed Mount Minsi Trail

    about 2 years ago

    We did this as an alternative to tackling the much busier and probably harder Mt Tammany trail on the other side of the river. Ths was a very enjoyable hike that had a good climb but wasn't very difficult and was had hardly anyone on the trail (weekday). We inadventerntly went up the west side of the loop first which is more of an old fire road than a hiking trail and are thankful we knew enough to take the east side down which follows the AT as that is much more scenic. Make sure to go out to the overlook at the top just down the AT part of the path. Don't turn around too soon or you'll miss the great view.

    Anthony DeHart reviewed Tumbling Waters Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Perfect hike that isn't too strenuous and has a very nice waterfall stop along the way. Watch for bear (one was on the path on our hike) and enjoy. It is a good hike down lots of stairs to the waterfall but worth it.

    Anthony DeHart completed Tumbling Waters Trail

    about 2 years ago