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    Kristy McHenry completed Dover Stone Church

    10 days ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Bear Mountain Trail

    24 days ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Campbell Falls

    about 1 month ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Kaaterskill Falls Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Plattekill Falls

    about 1 month ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Purgatory Chasm Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Race Brook Falls Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Makaleha Hike

    2 months ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Kilauea Lighthouse

    2 months ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Queen's Bath Trail

    2 months ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Awa'awapuhi Trail

    2 months ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Honopu Ridge

    6 months ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Kalepa Ridge Trail

    6 months ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Anna Ruby Falls Trail

    6 months ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Panther Creek Trail

    6 months ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Skinny Dip Falls

    6 months ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Bear Lake Nature Trail

    6 months ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Emerald Lake Trail

    6 months ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Wailua Falls Trail

    6 months ago

    Kristy McHenry completed Nu'alolo Trail

    6 months ago

    Kristy McHenry reviewed Cathedral Lake Trail

    over 1 year ago

    The first .7 miles or so is easy and covered by Aspen trees. After that, it starts to get rough. While it is a steady climb, if you are acclimated here in CO...you will be fine. My 8 year old dog and I (24) did it in four hours. There is a pretty big waterfall just off the trail after you come to a little clearing (stay right here). After a while, you will come to a spot where you can go left to the river or right...go right! It is a bit of a rock scramble from there. Then you follow the trail until you hit the super steep 1/4 of a mile climb up the switchbacks. From there it is another ten minutes or so, when you get to the stream...stay left for an easy hop to the other side. If you are hiking with your pup...bring water! The stream isn't until the very end but there is a spot where you get closer to the water and can take the trail down on the left to let them get some water for them. So worth it!! Tons of wildflowers along the way and the trail is easy to follow. No snow left and the lake is completely thawed.

    Kristy McHenry completed Cathedral Lake Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Kristy McHenry reviewed Crystal Mill

    over 1 year ago

    First off, yes this is a nine mile hike roundtrip if you start in Marble, CO. If you start from the side with Schofield Pass it is MUCH shorter but I have not been that way. I read so many conflicting reviews on the road so we parked by the mailboxes and started up Daniel's Hill. You DO NOT need some insane jacked up vehicle to get up the first mile. There is places to park and turn around. While I would not recommend doing it in a small/low to the ground, four door vehicle (we saw one) I have a Subaru Forester and I know my car could have made it. You come to a fork in the road (go right) and only at THIS point does it become a one lane 4x4 road. You will pass Lizard Lake and then continue your hike to the mill. The hike follows the river the whole way and is very much worth the hike! It does level out a bit after the fork too. Tons of drit bike traffic so be aware! Recent rock slide too so large cars may not make it. Be safe!

    Kristy McHenry completed Crystal Mill

    over 1 year ago

    Kristy McHenry reviewed Rattlesnake Arches Trail

    over 1 year ago

    THIS DOES NOT HAVE TO BE MORE THAN A 5M HIKE!!!! While you will probably have trouble getting to the trailhead (definitely need a 4WD..we drove an Xterra and still had to park .4m from the trailhead and walk because it got so bad. Also, the spiderwebbed roads are not well marked until you get past the confusion) it is very much worth it! We hiked to the first arch or arch overlook (.5m). Climbed down, and then through the arch...hit all of the other arches and then turned around and backtracked (back through arch). Climbing down/up the arch is very doable however, I would not recommend doing so without another person with you. There are spots where we had to boost one another but there is also plenty of places to get your footing. If we had not parked the car where we did, we only would have hiked 3.5-4 miles. Once you past the last arch...you are just hiking around and up the canyon so we just turned around. Trail got hard to follow once or twice, just hug the canyon and pay close attention! We almost missed one!! So much better than Arches National Park if you ask me, totally secluded but just as breathtaking. Plus, if you tell them where you are headed they will not charge you a fee. Do your research before going (always)!

    Kristy McHenry completed Rattlesnake Arches Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Kristy McHenry saved Capitol Peak

    over 1 year ago

    Kristy McHenry saved Three Lakes Trail

    over 1 year ago