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    Zack Duncan-Taylor saved Smith Mountain Trail

    about 1 month ago

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    Zack Duncan-Taylor reviewed Marshall Canyon Trail

    7 months ago

    Nice easy trail. Arrive early to beat the crowds. We started at about 7:30 & had the trail to ourselves but by the time we finished there were lots of people & we were being constantly buzzed by mountain bikes (even though there last fews miles they're supposed to go 3mph…)

    Zack Duncan-Taylor reviewed Turnbull Canyon Trail

    9 months ago

    I've done this hike in the past, not too bad. What the heck has Whittier done though? I went up there on Monday & they've roped off the trailhead parking & everywhere within a mile in the neighborhoods is permit parking. Where the heck are you supposed to park?

    Zack Duncan-Taylor saved Sunset Peak Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Zack Duncan-Taylor saved Keller Peak

    over 1 year ago

    Zack Duncan-Taylor reviewed Mt. Wilson via Chantry Flats

    about 2 years ago

    Good trail although it can be a little confusing coming down the Winter Creek side, following the fire break. Someone has marked the correct way with chalk. I don't know how long it will last though.
    On a lighter note, I almost died three times! Coming down from Mount Wilson, we ran into a juvenile rattlesnake spread out across the trail. Luckily it slithered away as we came upon it. Halfway down, before we got to Winter Creek, we saw a mountain lion cub running down the trail about hundred feet ahead of us. It disappeared around the corner and we never saw mama but I started talking to myself and whistling loudly. Finally about 2 miles from the trailhead we were walking along and heard a noise. I couldn't figure out what it was but finally I looked up and saw the trees were moving. It turned out, just past call box 4, a big 50 foot tree fell down and broke across the trail. It knocked down the telephone wire for about a quarter-mile.
    Fun hike and I didn't really see anybody all day long maybe four people? A good challenge for my dog, and Australian Shepherd mix.

    Zack Duncan-Taylor reviewed San Bernardino Peak Trail via Angelus Oaks

    about 2 years ago

    Great trail. I did this hike last Thursday and only saw one other person. There's still a creek following well enough to pump from about ⅔ of the way up. I got started late, about 10:30 and didn't finish until 6:30. It was good hike for my dog. He's an Australian Shepard mix had a blast. He was actually almost tired at the end of it!