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    Member Since December 2014

    Nakita Fowler

    Carlsbad, California 

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    Nakita Fowler reviewed Kwaay Paay Peak Trail

    20 days ago

    We did this as part of the 5 peak challenge. Don’t let the short distance fool you. There is quite an elevation gain and this trail is steep. I would rate this as moderate/difficult because of its incline. The view at the top is totally worth it.

    Nakita Fowler completed Kwaay Paay Peak Trail

    20 days ago

    Nakita Fowler completed Oceanside Pier

    20 days ago

    Nakita Fowler reviewed Latourell Falls

    20 days ago

    I wouldn’t call this a hike. More like a short walk to the falls. It got a bit slippery right by the water. Parking can be tricky. We found a spot down the road and walked to the trail head. Spent about 30 minutes total walking around the falls. Once you see it, you’ll forget any frustrations you found while parking. It’s beautiful.

    Nakita Fowler completed Latourell Falls

    20 days ago

    Nakita Fowler reviewed Trail of Ten Falls

    20 days ago

    Stunning. We went on a week day and I would say moderately trafficked. More so as the day went on. But man, worth every mile. It was one of the most beautiful Hikes I have ever done. If you are in the area and can handle a few hours of hiking, do the whole trail for sure.

    Nakita Fowler completed Trail of Ten Falls

    20 days ago

    Nakita Fowler saved Latourell Falls

    about 1 month ago

    Nakita Fowler saved Eagle Rock via the PCT

    over 2 years ago

    Nakita Fowler reviewed Eagle Rock via the PCT

    over 2 years ago

    This was a really great trail. My two kids (boys aged 10 and 7 who hike often) completed it just fine. I would go on a cooler day if you plan on bringing the kids. Once the trail opens up halfway to the rock formation there isn't much shade at all.
    Starts off in a wooded, shady section by a little creek. Ends up in pastures and fields. Then you head back the way you came. Very easy trail to follow as well. Not too many turn offs and very well traveled.
    We went on Mother's Day and we passed by some people but I wouldn't say it was busy at all.

    Bathrooms are available at the resource center across the street from the start point. It's a camping area for the PCT hikers. Be sure to stop inside and donate if you can. The volunteers working there were so kind! They even sell eagle rock tshirts and bandanas in there to support the area for the trail.

    Nakita Fowler completed Eagle Rock via the PCT

    over 2 years ago