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    D.J. Todd saved Roller Coaster

    3 months ago

    D.J. Todd completed Cedar Creek Falls Trail

    7 months ago

    D.J. Todd reviewed Cedar Creek Falls Trail

    7 months ago

    Great hike if planned well. The elevation change is gradual, so you can easily do six miles in two hours. Make sure you buy a pass online or you won’t be able to reach the falls. This hike is almost always monitored by rangers. Go in the winter or spring after it rains, but not after a torrential downpour or you will have a tough time crossing the river. Watch for rattlesnakes. My dog and I almost stepped on one yesterday, and I’ve run across rattlesnakes two of three times I’ve done this hike. The ranger also reported mountain lions on the trail this week. Dogs are allowed as long as the weather is cool and they are on leash.

    D.J. Todd reviewed Corte Madera Mountain Trail

    7 months ago

    Moderate hike with some impressive views throughout. Spring is definitely the right time for this hike, although it would have been even better after some rain. The creek is currently dry, but there are plenty of wildflowers and butterflies in the area.

    D.J. Todd completed Corte Madera Mountain Trail

    7 months ago

    D.J. Todd completed Iron Mountain Trail

    10 months ago

    D.J. Todd saved Morena Butte Trail

    10 months ago

    D.J. Todd saved Eagle Rock via the PCT

    10 months ago

    D.J. Todd reviewed Cattail Cove

    11 months ago

    Cool wash and cove to explore. Start on the north side of the highway in the large dirt lot, then hike down to the wash and under the highway through the drainage tube. There is no real trail until the very end, so just follow the wash to the lake. There is a 10’ dry waterfall about halfway through. If you have a dog, you’ll need to backtrack a bit and hike through the adjacent wash. We were able to get our dog back up the waterfall with two people helping her. Once you reach the heavy brush in wash, climb up on the rocks to the west. You’ll find a trail that will take you all the way out the point where there are some nice little beaches. The payoff is pretty good for an easy hike.

    D.J. Todd completed Cattail Cove

    11 months ago

    D.J. Todd completed Peralta Trail to Fremont Saddle

    about 1 year ago

    D.J. Todd reviewed Tom's Thumb Trail

    about 1 year ago

    D.J. Todd completed Tom's Thumb Trail

    about 1 year ago

    D.J. Todd saved Torres del Paine Viewpoint

    about 1 year ago

    D.J. Todd saved Laguna Torre

    about 1 year ago

    D.J. Todd saved Fitz Roy: Lago de los Tres

    about 1 year ago

    D.J. Todd reviewed Waipio Valley Trail

    about 1 year ago

    More of a walk down and then up a very steep, paved road. There is a fork at the bottom of the road. Make sure you check out both sides of the fork. If you go up the valley about a quarter mile, you can get a good view of a large but inaccessible waterfall (on private property). Going right at the fork takes you to the black sand beach. There are pretty great waves at the beach if you surf or body surf. You can drive down the road if you have a vehicle with 4wd.