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    Sara Ann saved Horton Creek Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Sara Ann updated Blackett's Ridge Trail

    3 months ago

    Sara Ann reviewed Cathedral Wash Trail

    4 months ago

    Did this one yesterday (June) at around 11 am. So first off, it’s a hot hike. It’s only about 1.6 miles to the river but there is little shade covering depending when you go. Second... i wouldn’t say difficult. Maybe moderate. There are a few places where you are using arms to climb up or need free hands to get down... but as others have said, if you follow the cairns, there is a way down that shouldn’t scare the heck out of you. The canyon gets deeper, the walls get taller and the formations and views are awesome. The river at the end is perfect to stop and cool off and relax/explore before heading back. I love this canyon. Will be back and explore more of marble.

    Sara Ann completed Cathedral Wash Trail

    4 months ago

    Sara Ann saved Cathedral Wash Trail

    4 months ago

    Sara Ann saved Paria Canyon Trail

    4 months ago

    Sara Ann saved Waterhole Canyon Trail

    4 months ago

    Sara Ann reviewed Kalepa Ridge Trail

    about 1 year ago

    I don’t think I have ever been more happy with such a short hike. So breathtakingly beautiful. The first part is steep downhill and then it levels off. This is rated “hard”.... but my 12 year old and my husband and I did this in flip flops. It was a dry day... if the trail was muddy I would have called it moderate. There were a few “holy crap that’s far down” moments, but if you are not stupid and are fairly active, you’ll be fine. Gorgeous gorgeous rewards for such a short trip.

    Sara Ann completed Kalepa Ridge Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Sara Ann saved Nu'alolo Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Sara Ann saved Kalepa Ridge Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Sara Ann saved Honopu Ridge

    about 1 year ago

    Sara Ann saved Canyon Trail to Waipoo Falls

    about 1 year ago

    Sara Ann reviewed Bell Trail

    over 1 year ago

    It's worth the day trip. It's 7.4 total round trip. From the trail head the first 2-2.5 miles is easy, flat walking (very runnable) with options to break off and head to the creek. There is little to no cover, and it's a hot dry hike for the most part. When you continue on, the trail goes up slightly (very "moderate"), then down again and eventually ends at "the crack", which is a great red rock creek and swimming hole, with some people jumping in. It's a great alternative to the crowds in oak creek but with very similar scenery. My 11 year old had no problems completing this, even on a hot march day... but we had lots of water and snacks for the turn around.

    Sara Ann completed Bell Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Sara Ann reviewed Wave Cave Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Went mid October and still hot... definitely no shade until the top. As others have said, not well marked at all... got off the trail once and had to backtrack. There are several rock hoodoos that people have left that actually really help if you pay attention. It's very remote and very beautiful. I do not recommend doing this hike alone. Bees at the cave scared me down quickly after a few pictures.

    Sara Ann completed Wave Cave Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Sara Ann reviewed Nounou Mountain (Sleeping Giant) Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Vista views along the way...about 4 miles total round trip if you go from the trailhead on the app. Once you get to the picnic tables on top, you can keep going to the left to the "nose", which is narrow in places and very high!!! The sign says that the trail ends. Worth the view. Definitely more of a summit-type hike. The first 1.5 miles are switch backs with a moderate incline and the major reward (for me anyway) was at the tip top.

    Sara Ann reviewed Hoopii Falls Trail

    about 2 years ago

    We've been coming to this island for 15 years.... never knew this existed, but we are new to hiking and the "all trails" app. It was a rainy cloudy day, and the trail was still very manageable in flip flops and with an adventurous 11 year old. Small muddy parts and small slippery parts, but not scary at all. The trail is not marked. You enter, as others have said, across the street from the houses address 25 and 29, many cars were parked along the entrance. Enter the trail and travel right, when you hit the river, turn right again. We followed the main map on the app the entire way and it was perfect. You will reach a fork that overlooks the falls, to actually get down to the falls you have to hike past this and then down a small path on the left that we almost missed. This was the steepest and muddiest part. The falls was awesome, the river and the rope swing gorgeous. The whole hike was easy and breathtaking scenery.