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    Ryan Clayton saved Sunday Gulch Trail

    5 months ago

    Ryan Clayton saved Lost Cabin Trail

    5 months ago

    Ryan Clayton reviewed Eagle Cliff Trails

    6 months ago

    Snow depth was amazing. NOAA stated 40"-50", I would say closer to 30"! Still a beautiful and moderately strenuous snowshoe adventure. My nephew tagged along, but doesn't own snowshoes and struggled the entire time. Plenty of great looping/crossing trails that are reasonably marked but as a first time visitor to the area, they come up a bit short. Found myself relying heavily on GPS. I suspect these trails to be much more easy to navigate without snow cover but then we wouldn't be snowshoeing. Due to the low number of reviews/photos, I did not have a high expectation for the area. However, it exceeded my expectations in accessibility and beauty. I would definitely snowshoe or hike this area again.

    Ryan Clayton completed Eagle Cliff Trails

    6 months ago

    Ryan Clayton saved Eagle Cliff Trails

    6 months ago

    Ryan Clayton completed Lovers' Leap Trail

    7 months ago

    Ryan Clayton added Lovers' Leap Trail

    7 months ago

    Ryan Clayton reviewed Crow Peak Trail

    9 months ago

    First time on this trail with the intention of snowshoeing. At the start of the hike it was mostly icy/muddy combination and t-shirt temps. Ended up using crampons for the entire hike and carried the snowshoes. Several sections on the upper portion have a dozen or so trees down across the trail but nothing major to navigate around. Snow storm with winds moved in as we hit the 5,300 ft. elevation. Plenty of Whitetail deer to view and followed one set of older lion tracks on the trail but never spotted it. Snow and low cloud ceiling blocked the views from the summit but was still an amazing snow hike. By time we returned to the trailhead approximate 3"-5" of snow had fallen. Only a couple markers for this trail, but the trail is used enough to remain apparent even with fresh snow falling. Strenuous hike but enjoyable. I will definitely hike this trail again!