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great camping with an awesome view. went in June with no other people there under a full moon. very romantic.

Really pretty hike by Lake Wedington. We started from Hwy 16, went up to the gazebo overlook then headed back. The gazebo overlook wasn't much, too many trees in the way but the trail itself is nice and well-kept.

The hike was fantastic, not as long as I thought about one mile in and back out again. I loved the Crags' and hunky rocks perched on the rim. There are lots and lots of hikers here, so prepare to share the trail. Absolutely worth it, wished I had more time to spend ;-(. The Crag that juts out is so amazing, I loved it.

hiking
2 days ago

Best 2 mile hike of my life. 360 degrees of
vistas of the Boston Mountains that are breathtaking. Not a good trail to take with kids or dogs due to the many cliffs. At least 6 miles of gravel road to the top so bring a car that can handle rougher terrains. Great camping spots and 3 cabins available. All in all a spectacular place.

Beautiful hike, very easy to follow the trail, and the view was breath taking! Can't wait to go back when the leaves change.

About 10 miles of gravel road getting there but the trail head wasn't too hard to see. Once you get to the gate with the white post reading 1140 it's a visible trail pretty much all the way to the fall. There is a creek crossing a little over a mile in and when you cross it, don't follow the trail to the left, instead look for a little white post straight ahead, this will take you along another creek going straight to the fall which is a couple hundred yards past the creek crossing. The hike was about 2.65 miles total and well worth the trip. Very natural and lightly traveled. We actually saw a wild hog crossing the trail ahead of us. Overall a great trip and I'd go back.

It was a beautiful hike so peaceful we just loved it!!

Beautiful area!

Got a cabin for the night the trail was a nice walk before bed. cabin had full kitchen/bath/electric. People super friendly and great. It's a bit of a drive on dirt roads up there which make it quiet and peaceful wish I could spend the week and do the longer trails.

rock climbing
8 days ago

First time there I didn't realize you could repel . I will learn to repel so that I can finish this trek !

great trail. must go to bottom of falls also.

NOT A TRAIL. This is private property. I am not sure why this was ever labeled as a trail. It begins on our private property, Riverside Retreat, and crosses several pieces of private property that are posted against trespassers.