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    James Revoir completed Hells Hole Trail

    11 months ago

    James Revoir reviewed Cheesman Ranch Trail

    about 1 year ago

    James Revoir completed Cheesman Ranch Trail

    about 1 year ago

    James Revoir reviewed Lulu City Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Hiked the trail on Sunday, 03/19. The weather was beautiful, up in the 50s-60s, but because of the amount of snow that was still blanketing the trail, this was not an ideal time of year to take this trail. Snowshoes were an absolute necessity; and the hike would have been very dangerous without them. There was a stretch of about 1/4 mile by the creek which was very narrow and precarious. I am quite certain that I would have been sliding down into the ravine had I not had the spikes on my snowshoes. The trail was difficult to follow at times because of the snow. On several occasions, I lost the trail and eventually found it again. As far as the structures, I could only see one of the ruins of the Shipler cabins. When I arrived at what I am certain was the town site, all of the structures were completely buried under the snow. I could not even find the sign identifying the location. I was able to get some scenic photos of the snow capped peaks; but overall I was disappointed at having driven and hiked so long to not see and photograph the ruins I was expecting. Had the trail all to myself. With the added time of trudging through the snow, even with the snowshoes, the round trip tops about 7 hours. I did not see one other person the whole time! There were lots of moose tracks and droppings, but no wildlife spotted, with the exception of a few black and gray squirrels.

    James Revoir completed Lulu City Trail

    over 1 year ago

    James Revoir reviewed Pawnee Buttes Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Nice, easy hike. The location is very remote, so it was quite an adventure to find the place and even more so to find my way back home after dark. GPS is a must! If you like to get away from the crowds, this is definitely the place to go! I went on February 27th, the last weekend before the bird nesting season from March to June when access to the top of the bluffs is prohibited. This is a major portion of the trails so be aware of this before you go and plan accordingly.

    James Revoir completed Pawnee Buttes Trail

    over 1 year ago

    James Revoir completed Spruce Mountain Trail

    over 1 year ago

    James Revoir completed Sugarloaf Mountain Trail

    over 1 year ago