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S. C.
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Hiking

Started this trail early, before 7 am. Was a little concerned driving to the trailhead when I got onto a narrow dirt road. I was relieved when it eventually led to a parking lot. The trail was well maintained and easy to follow, however there was a lot of dog and horse droppings all along the trail. No bugs at this time of the morning. A little bit of both shaded and exposed parts of the trail. We ended just before 9. Start early before it gets too hot.

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Esmeralda Solis
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HikingGreat!No shadeScramble

Nice long trail, lots of sun exposure. Bring lots of water, sunscreen, snacks, and a hat.

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Sarah Sontag
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Hiking

This trail has very little shade but plenty of rattle snakes!! Didn’t end up going to the peak. The last 3/4 of a mile or so was in a meadow and the trail was extremely narrow. We could hear all the rattles around us and decided to turn back.

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Michael Lawrence
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Hiking

Start early got very warm by 8:00 am. Terrain was rolling but not too difficult. Being that this is a longer loop I didn’t see many hikers once I got away from the parking lot a ways. Make sure to use the gps map on this app for the trail. Tons of other trails intersect this one so it’s easy to take the wrong trail. Good hike...

Kristine Ocampo
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Hiking

Clearly marked, varied elevation, lots of shade in the evening. Parts by coyote run are a little rocky and weathered but nothing too bad. More like less than an hour and a half to complete.

Dawn Hesse
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HikingNo shadeRocky
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Shelley Boniwell
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Hiking

Great trail! Pretty easy, small inclines here and there. Beautiful scenery and not too heavily trafficked. Bring lots of water, there’s not much shade and it gets hot early.

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Milly Hodges
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Hiking

Super easy. Nice views

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Tyler Richter
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HikingOver grownRocky
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Joe and Kikki Avila
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Great trail. Not too difficult. Variety of landscapes and elevations.

natalie arbino
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Hiking

Interesting trail: including ponds, old ranch house, barn, additional ranch structures under restoration, many different plants in bloom during June! And an odd sounding toad. The trail is mostly direct sun the majority of the trail but enough large trees to provide shade along the way. The trail elevation climbs and descends several times throughout the hike to give you a good workout.

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Oscar Tax
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Francoise Anne
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Hiking

Parking lot is busy, but the trail itself is not. Very wide trail, lots of space for mountain bikers and hikers to cross easily. Very easy hike, lots of pretty scenery and wildflowers!

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Gloria Garcia
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Hiking

Great hike with lots of different trails.

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Harrison Lynch
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Hiking

Fun little loop. I go with the family often. Very little foot traffic, and rare to see non-hikers.

Harrison Lynch
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Hiking

Trails here are really well maintained. Some are definitely more popular that others, but there’s generally not a lot of people on the non-paved trails (avoid going to the house if avoiding people). This is one of my favorite local spots to go to. But be warned, bring water! It gets hot.

Diana Lopez
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Hiking

follow the map

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Christopher G.
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Hiking

Great trail. Moderate amount of people. Nice incline all the way up and you end with a paved road.

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Heather Christman
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HikingNo shadeRocky

We started from the North End of the Ranch. A dirt road leads to a small parking area. Cross the dirt road to start your hike. Cougar Ridge is a wide packed dirt path with minimal shade. If you go to the end, there is a gazebo to take a nice break. The Engelmann trail is a nice change as you travel through trees and valleys that are beautiful. Should start this hike early if you plan to do the 7.1 miles.

beckykwarren User
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cali covey
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Hiking

about .75 miles from the parking lot you will see the entrance marked "Dangerous Trail Conditions". The 1st section is steep and with ruts. I think dangerous because of the mountain bikes coming the other way. Once past the steep area it levels out with beautiful scenery. The boulders are unique and huge. I did machinery. They are widening the trail, also cougar ridge. I think its a good idea because of mountain bikes and it is easier to see rattlers. They remove rocks also. Once you get to the Gazebo, you can venture down Cougar Ridge trail for a farther hike, or continue down to finish the loop. About 4 miles round trip. My new favorite hike in Daley Ranch.

Nina Rah-Bean
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Hiking

Said I was verified complete about 1.2 miles from the top. Other than that, beautiful hike! Do start early, will get hot.

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Audrey T
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HikingBugsNo shadeRocky

Hiked during the hottest part of the day! Trail is more like a fire road.

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