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Kayla Waisath reviewed Passage Falls
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HikingFloodedMuddy

Wow! Loved that the trail was near the creek bed the whole way. Was interesting to see even with the fire damage. LOVED the falls at the end, worth every step! Very flat (and muddy) hike, with climb at the very end. Would definitely recommend. The road coming in is about 10 miles of potholes- so make sure to take it slow!

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Hiking

Beautiful canyon. Fat rainbow trout!!!

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HikingGreat!

Great hike with incredible views of several peaks and Hyalite Canyon at the top. After the lake, the trail becomes steeper and strenuous. The last 1 - 2 miles on the way up was the most difficult section. There was a little bit of ice/snow at the switchbacks. Bringing a windbreaker or jacket is a good idea for when you're above 9,000 ft. because it's super windy up there. Several hikers and bikers on the trail enjoying a nice autumn afternoon. Plan for 4 - 7 hours depending on fitness level.

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Robyn Fogle reviewed Blue Lake
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Hiking

What a beautiful hike! Rocky trail and rather steep, but worth it for sure. Plenty of water for pups along the way. Beautiful Fall colors right now which I imagine will be gone in the next week or two. The road to the trailhead is a bear - unpaved for the last 13 miles or so and VERY rocky and full of potholes the last 2 miles. We hiked on to Twin Lakes after getting back to the main trail from Blue Lake and that portion of the trail is significantly easier than the shoot-off to Blue. Both are well worth the hike!

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Thomas Thomas Chard reviewed Passage Falls
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Icy

I did this with my dogs on a weekend in early October and there was ice on part of the trail where there are a number of switch backs. Poles made it much easier and I wish I would have taken any microspikes. This was a busy hike and the parking lot was filled when I got back. The trail is well maintained and easy to follow. The lake wasnt much to look at. The bathroom at the trailhead was open and the trailhead is easy to get to, on a paved road.

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Samantha D reviewed Cottonwood Lake
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BackpackingRocky

Entire trail to ourselves on a peak fall Friday in October. I can tell this is a popular spot for backpacking as there were a lot of great spots at least halfway up and along the way to the lake.

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marinecope24 . reviewed Passage Falls
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Hiking

Fun hike, but very highly trafficked by horses (lots of scat). Hardly any vegetation due to a recent fire. Waterfall at the bottom was great!

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Alina Gruber reviewed Bridger Ridge Trail
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Really enjoyed it!

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Emma Reimann reviewed Passage Falls
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Hiking

Due to the fire there is less coverage making it a little hot, but super easy and absolutely gorgeous! I highly recommend it, just make sure you bring some water!

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AllTrails User reviewed West Boulder Meadows
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Thomas Jones reviewed Bridger Ridge Trail
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HikingGreat!

I did this one I think the week after it opened back up after the fire; despite the “[CLOSED]” in the title, it is in fact open as of 10/3/2020. I started from the M trailhead, although in retrospect starting from Fairy Lake would have been much easier. Either way, the bit at the end is very steep and difficult, so it’s about picking your poison: go down the steep part with fresh legs, or up with exhausted ones. I think I might have chosen wrong, but I had a great time nonetheless. The rest of the hike is very nice and relatively easy, with some steep bits here and there that you just have to hunker down and get through.

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Sara Kirshner reviewed Baldy Peak Summit
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Hiking

The burn line was crazy, didn’t have a ton of energy. Loved the hike though. Very dry. Need to bring more water to do baldy

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Ian Laird reviewed Baldy Peak Summit
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HikingRockySnow

The first time I did this hike was two years ago and it was miserable. I was not in very good shape and I barely made it back to the car. Today I decided that I would give Baldy another chance since I am in better shape now and I am sad to say it is still a miserable hike. You have to gain a crazy amount of elevation almost entirely in the first 2 miles and last mile of the hike. While the views are good, they are not really any better than Sacagawea Peak or Blackmore which are both in my opinion far more enjoyable hikes. You spend almost the entire time hiking through recently burned area so there is not really any flora or fauna. There is a thick layer of ash covering the trail that is very slippery when descending. If it was windy enough I would be concerned about trees falling since everything is dead. If you want a really good workout this is the hike for you. If you are more interested in enjoying your hike do Sac instead.

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HikingGreat!Snow

Summited Ramshorn Peak via the Buffalo Horn Pass trail on Sunday.

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Cheryl S. reviewed Cinnamon Mountain Trail
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HikingGreat!MuddySnow

Gorgeous! I clocked 4.2 miles to the fire lookout. It was a steady climb the entire way, but never too challenging. It was a clear day and the view at the top was stunning! Was pretty muddy for the duration, so be prepared for that. It slowed me down on the way up and I ate it a couple times on the way down, but nothing bad. Didn’t see any wildlife aside from a few birds. I was the only one on the trail...not another soul in sight. Another reviewer recently mentioned a few fallen trees, but those have been taken care of.

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Clara Wolverton reviewed Blue Lake
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Hiking

Beautiful but challenging hike. The mileage is off, we logged 4.7 miles once we got to the top of the lake.

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Chelsea Innes reviewed Passage Falls
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HikingGreat!No shade

An easy trail to the falls. I think we marked it out to be about 5mi and it’s out and back so depending on the exploring at that falls it could be more or less. The path to the falls was a little sketchy, but with good footing and putting your dogs on leash it wasn’t bad. It’s a very rewarding hike. Bring water and snacks!

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Daniel Story reviewed Blue Lake
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Ann C reviewed Passage Falls
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Hiking

Hike is through a burnt out area without much vegetation. This was not a favorite hike of mine. We stopped at the top and didn’t go all the way down to the falls because the switchbacks were unstable and dicey.

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Stephen Bartlett reviewed Mount Blackmore via Blackmore Trail
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HikingGreat!

Beautiful hike that pushes the muscles a bit. I arrived early so not too busy, but me some cool peeps. Great views both through wilderness and along the sides of the mountain. Stunning views on top, but you’ll definitely want a shirt to change into if you sweat as well as a warmer jacket/wind breaker, unless you’re one of those peeps who run up and down the mountain.

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