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    N. B. added Olomana

    about 1 month ago

    N. B. completed Olomana Trail

    about 1 month ago

    N. B. saved Likeke Falls Trail

    about 1 month ago

    N. B. added PC Hill trail

    4 months ago

    N. B. completed PC Hill

    4 months ago

    N. B. saved Mount Shasta Trail

    10 months ago

    N. B. added Twin Falls

    10 months ago

    N. B. completed Twin Falls Trail

    10 months ago

    N. B. added Camp Muir

    11 months ago

    N. B. completed Camp Muir Route Via Skyline Trail

    11 months ago

    N. B. added crystal Mountain Trail

    12 months ago

    N. B. completed Crystal Mountain Trail

    12 months ago

    N. B. reviewed Snoquera Falls

    about 1 year ago

    Just turnoff 410 at the blue Camp Sheppard sign. There's a pretty decent size paved parking lot and two pit toilets there at the trailhead. A Northwest Forest Pass is required. We went on a Friday afternoon and there was only two other cars in the parking lot and both parties were on their way down as we were going up. Hung a left at the first fork where the scout amphitheater is, went slightly around it. Then took the left at the sign for all the trails. The trail was in good condition and pretty dry. It was 1.45 miles to the rocky base of the falls. Not too much water coming down. Due to a time crunch we did not scramble over the rocks to get closer to the falls. It was a pretty and pretty easy hike overall.

    Didn't find bugs to be a problem. Hiked with an eight year old. Saw a hiker with a leashed dog. Pretty much the whole trail is in the trees.

    N. B. completed Snoquera Falls

    about 1 year ago

    N. B. added Waimano Waterfall Trail

    about 1 year ago

    N. B. completed Bradley Lake Trail Loop

    about 1 year ago

    N. B. completed Nathan Chapman Memorial Trail

    about 1 year ago

    N. B. completed Soundview and Grandview Trails Loop

    about 1 year ago

    N. B. completed Diamond Head (Le'ahi) Summit Trail

    about 1 year ago

    N. B. reviewed Oregon Trail Interpretive Center Loop

    about 1 year ago

    We've done this loop/trail as a family twice now. It's a great place to stop and stretch your legs on a road trip. The trail is paved and makes it good for anyone to be able to do it. Start or end your walk by checking out the old wagons. There is no fee to park or use the trail but there is a fee to go into the Interpretive Center.