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Hiking

This hike is currently closed as of jul/8th

Gustavo A F.
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great hike. Got some wild gobble gobble walking around. Some deer, cool bird watching. Bring water and snacks if you plan a 6 or 9 mile hike round trip.

Nic Wilson
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Hiking

Make sure to bring enough water! There are no fills on the trail and it’s exposed most of the hike. Definitely worth the detour to China Basin

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Susanne Cochran
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HikingBugsNo shade
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Rana M
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Hiking

The hike is really strenuous and steep. Its very challenging and It’s definitely not 14.6 miles. We stayed on the track, took a shortcut on our return back (Jackass trail to Poverty Flat) which saves us 0.7 miles and even after that it came out to be 15.9 miles. Its for sure greater then 16 miles. You will need more water and food than usual. Do carry trekking poles. The hike is beautiful, with great views. We spotted mama deer and baby deer, rabbits and a tarantula on our way.

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Tyler Chuck
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Hiking

An amazing trail with a nice climb. Make sure that you choose a day that’s not too hot. The park is amazing and vast. The paths are wide for most of the trail. Overall an amazing experience. Would highly recommend if you’re willing to make the drive. Currently the park is operating at half capacity due to COVID-19, so every other parking spot is blocked off. We parked at the overflow lot about 0.5 miles away from this trailhead. There’s a nice trail to the main area from there.

Niko Kingi
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Hiking

6/6/20. Hiked this trail clockwise in prep for some upcoming large hikes in Yosemite and to knock it out for the NorCal 6 Pack of Peaks Challenge. This trail can serve as a good training trail, but overall, I would not recommend this hike. Scenery did not impress, summit was anticlimactic, and although AllTrails shows this trail as 14.6 miles, our recording showed 16.3 miles - and we didn't deviate much from the trail. If you are going to do this hike, I recommend going counterclockwise and NOT hiking this if the temps are supposed to be high.

AllTrails Bill
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Hiking

Great hike. Definitely rated correctly. Either way you take the loop you’re looking at some steep climbs. I recommend starting with the Corral trail. Based on what I went down I don’t think I’d like to end the hike with those climbs

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Hillside Hiker
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HikingBugsNo shadeOver grownRockyScramble

Tons of bugs! Parking lot currently closed.

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Weichun Fong
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Hiking

Nice weather and great view. Due to COVID-19, parking lot and road were closed, so had to park at the road side near outer lot and hiked about 1 km to the trail head. Shoe gaiters are suggested for Jackass trail. I did counter-clockwise loop as I want to put steep ascend and descend in the 1st half of the hike. The slope between upper camp and blue ridge was a steep 2 km climb, and let me felt that this route should be suggested as hard. The were some path findings on Jackass trail and between Los Cruzeros and China Hole Camps to cross the creek several time.

RoRo LyNn
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Hiking

You have to walk about .5 miles from the turn off because the road and parking lot are closed due to COVID19.

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Jennifer Donohue
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Hiking

Didn’t get to hike. The park is closed due to COVID19 as of 03/29/2020

Jessica Hexsel
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HikingFeeMuddy
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Peter Zhu
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Hiking

I did this Loop and added a little more in one day as a 50k challenge in March, 2020. What’s amazing me the most is that I had to cross creek so many times. To keep you dry is fun and challenging. Along the Loop, there are many photo opportunities. Highly recommended for people who like wilderness.

bodhi m
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Hiking

Love Coe, but so do the ticks! Be extra vigilant during and after to make sure your not bringing home an unwanted guest!

Charles Moser
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Hiking

If you want a nice beating this is a nice one. A month and a half later and my right big toe nail came off. The hills are brutal!

Dach Nagrom
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Hiking

Steeep steep steep After this trail you will know how your parents felt when they had to hike uphill both ways to school.

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Brittany S.
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Hiking

There’s about 1500ft of elevation gain in one mile about halfway into the hike immediately after you cross the creek. You will be sliding down scree coming back. Great hike for training, but not much for views and not much shade.

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Alex Degtiar
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BackpackingMuddyNo shadeOff trail
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Gautam Dogra
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Hiking

We keep coming back here for trainings. Love it - barely anyone on the trail and beautiful weather.

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James Clifton
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Hiking

Boy o boy was this trail a doozy. Bring extra water, about 4-5 gallons, and be ready for cramps, lol. Check the forecast before you go because the wind was outrageous, and really made this hike even harder. Beautiful vistas and would definitely recommend it to any experienced hiker. It is rated as hard for a reason!!! The trail is well groomed, however it is a service road for about 14 miles. The trail is exactly 15.9 miles. Have fun!!!!

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Sarah Pallito
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Hiking

Gorgeous views and great camping spots!

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