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    Cherrymae Montreuil followed Steve Gray

    about 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil completed Palouse Falls Trail

    about 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil completed Lewis River Falls Trail

    about 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil completed Rachel and Rampart Lakes

    about 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil reviewed High Rock Lookout Trail

    over 3 years ago

    April 26 (Sunday) NO PASS IS required to park. DOGS can come with!
    Getting off the paved road, and onto the dirt road, there is some potholes, and in other places, a maze of them so drive slowly and cautiously.
    Arrived about 12:30pm and there was only 2 vehicles in the parking lot. The parking lot is a little small, about 12 cars can fit. Might be busy in the summer, so get there before 11am. If you have a FEAR of HEIGHTS this trail is not for you. Took us 2 hours to get to the top (took many photo breaks) There was some snow, but definitely melting when we left. There were a lot of trees that have fallen down over the trail, so be careful. Getting to the top was breathe taking. Take caution when climbing up to the lookout tower, there are no guard rails on the sides of the cliff, so I could not recommend small children.
    Open view for miles and miles. Best to go on a clear day, you can clearly see other mountain ranges and alder lake through the mountains. When coming back down to the parking lot (about 5pm) there were only 4 other cars there.

    RECOMMENDATIONS: bring lots of water, a snack or pack a small lunch, a CAMERA, hiking boots (to protect ankles), and extra light sweater (wind does get chilly)

    Cherrymae Montreuil completed High Rock Lookout Trail

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil saved Golden Ears Trail

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil followed Mays Family

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil followed Curt Pliler

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil followed Tim Todd

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil followed Bill Watson

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil completed Reflection Lakes

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil followed Doug Neidholdt

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil reviewed Denny Creek Trail

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil completed Denny Creek Trail

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil added CA-ID-MT-UT-CO-AZ

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil saved Lodge Lake Trail

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil saved Gillette Lake

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil completed Snoqualmie Falls Trail

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil added Feeling Ambitious

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil followed Mitch Campbell

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil completed Hurricane Ridge Trail

    over 3 years ago

    Cherrymae Montreuil reviewed LITTLE MASHEL FALLS

    over 3 years ago

    (Thursday) This is the second time coming up here, will go more often since its close to my home and its easy access to the main road. This time I brought my niece (6yrs old), my brother and his friend. My niece did better then I thought in walking and hiking. She did get a piggy back ride for a little, but she did the trails perfectly fine and safe. When we got there we had a picnic at the top of the falls, really stunning views of the falls and there are trails to the top and bottom of the falls (there marked with yellow diamonds on the trees) From the main trail to the falls, there is a SAFE trail that heads up to the upper falls which you passed by the "falls" blue rock
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    I recommend going when it has been dry for the past few days, we had rain for the past few days and its finally been sunny, it was perfect weather but the trails were SO MUDDY, so it was a MUST to have hiking boots. Hiking boots would be great all year round, but if its been dry tennis shoes with some grip would work.
    Bring water and it would be great to bring snacks for a little picnic. Grab a map from the office.

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    SEE my photo, i made an arrow to the main trail to the falls not the trail that leads to the upper falls down the cliff. Using the CORRECT main trail makes the trip so much better rather then going down the cliff side!

    Cherrymae Montreuil reviewed Franklin Falls Trail

    over 3 years ago

    (Sunday) We arrived at 11:30am, parking lot was almost full, but there is more parking up the road. Great little hike, its well maintained with signs to guide you. Would be a great place to go on a nice summer day because you can play in the water (it was only about 2 feet deep in places we could see). On the way back, the parking lot was getting really full.
    Recommend bringing water, hiking shoes to walk on the rocks at the end of the trail, snacks, and getting there before 11am.
    Dogs are allowed on a leash.