hiking

walking

forest

views

nature trips

birding

wild flowers

wildlife

kid friendly

dogs on leash

trail running

river

camping

dog friendly

waterfall

lake

rock climbing

backpacking

cave

Camped here with my son (7y/o) for the first time. We stayed the path of Auxier Ridge 204 and stopped off at the first unmarked trail just passed the 202 and 204 junction; you will have to cross over a couple of downed trees but the camp area was big. ground was made of mostly dirt and leaves but again, the area is pretty open. The site sits elevated so come fall and winter, I'm sure the view will be amazing. we hiked the rest of our trail in the morning to the point of the stairs just overseeing courthouse rock. my suggestion; travel light and enjoy the views! take it in!

Exhausting. Did a little exploring off trail found some neat places!

Easy trail...

hiking
2 days ago

hiking
2 days ago

backpacking
2 days ago

Did this trail and completed it. Took about 4 hours or so to complete with small breaks to grab water and a get a breath in. This trail was amazing and the highlight of our trip! The river was beautiful! Beautiful views! Highly recommend and if we return to the are would def love to do this one again.

Fairly easy trail. Arch is worth seeing, other cool geological formations. Best view of arch is during late fall-early spring.

hiking
6 days ago

Trail is an easy out and back, ends at some bluffs that have a nice view of the sprawling Daniel Boone forest. A little overgrown this summer.

Great trail.