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    Leah Deibert Smith added Buck Creek Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Leah Deibert Smith completed Buck Creek Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Leah Deibert Smith added falls creek

    about 1 month ago

    Leah Deibert Smith completed Lower Falls Creek Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Leah Deibert Smith added loop

    about 1 month ago

    Leah Deibert Smith added ledge

    2 months ago

    Leah Deibert Smith reviewed Shorthorn Trail

    2 months ago

    It was a cold grey day, but a good 8 miles! Enjoy the snow lol. Do not freak out when you come upon a small herd of cows!!! Yep cows!

    Leah Deibert Smith completed Shorthorn Trail

    2 months ago

    Leah Deibert Smith reviewed Soda Peaks Lake Trail West

    3 months ago

    Love this trail! Peaceful and beautiful

    Leah Deibert Smith reviewed Soda Peaks Lake Trail West

    4 months ago

    I found my way back to this trail recently. Planning s return for overnight stay!!

    Leah Deibert Smith reviewed Olympic Coast South Trail

    5 months ago

    This was an incredible adventure. We could have finished in two days, but we were uncertain about tide issues and frankly just wanted one more day! We started at Oil City and had Lori from Roadrunner Shuttle pick up our car. She stashed it at her house and delivered it to third beach TH Sunday morning. Call them! Reasonable and fantastic to work with!! We had never tried anything like this before and were a little nervous. A couple of the trail head markers were hard to find( Jefferson cove, and Taylors Point) there are really two important places where the tides determine if you stay or go and that’s at Oil city and Taylors pt. We were able to rent a bear van at Forks Outfitters ($65deposit and $2 daily) and register and pay for our permit at the trail head($8 per night per person) this was a fantastic hike. Good water at Mosquito creek, Toleak, Scott’s bluff, Third beach and the up and over between mosquito and toleak. Bring a filter, iodine doesn’t help this water. We actually saw zero people from thursdsy until Saturday!! Camping totally alone on mosquito beach! Saw baldies, deer, dead whale, various critters and a lone llama!! Do this hike! It’s so perfect. We also really enjoyed Mary Jane Organic trail pouches. Pasta and bare burrito were faves. Get out there!!