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bugs
off trail
7 hours ago

Love this hike. You start with ups and then some downs and some switch backs but very enjoyable hike. Beautiful views and well marked trail.

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over grown
rocky
1 day ago

hiking
rocky
3 days ago

We started off doing the shorter Fossil Ridge Trail, but we ended up doing the longer, 4 mile one. So we went from the inside to the outside. If doing this longer one, I would go the opposite direction so your views coming down are better. Lots of horse poop. But I enjoyed this trail. Can’t wait to come back and do the shorter one.

hiking
4 days ago

Cool little hike. Going after a big rain storm or during massive snow melt will give you the best waterfall in icebox. A tiny bit of route finding. Great hike for kids, or those who do not hike often or are out of shape.

hiking
4 days ago

Cool beginner trail. Easy for children and old dogs. This was my first hike back from a torn ACL so needed to gauge my capability on an easier trail. No trail is less than 5 stars. Being outdoors is ALWAYS better than sitting on the couch.

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bugs
no shade
rocky
5 days ago

hiking
no shade
rocky
5 days ago

hiking
no shade
5 days ago

this was a good one. I can see how the trail can be confusing, start trail along side of 2nd horse pen, go N through Joshua trees, till you reach your first true fork and go right up "bone shaker trail" (marked on Google maps), every other true fork you should be making lefts. Except one once you get to a big cairn pile, stay right to stay on boneshaker. you'll pass a radio tower and straight ahead is an incredible view. I made a loop north from there and went down "Bob gnarly trail" (also marked on Google maps) again making lefts at all true forks. the description here on alltrails does not follow the map they give you, I assume there are many ways to make this hike, but again, if you've never been to this area it can be very confusing. I made a short vlog (with more info in description) if you want to see how the trail goes: https://youtu.be/kQBcY1eIOOg happy trails

This trail is not clearly marked after the first half of the loop ends. No shade for the first hour of walking. Very easy to get lost. Not recommended for kids or pets.

Snakes!! Stay on trails to see them more clearly!

hiking
no shade
7 days ago

hiking
rocky
12 days ago

Good family hike! No waterfall right now (end of May) but great water spot and some shady parts. I would recommend going early to beat the heat. Cactus are almost blooming. I bet in a week or two they will be busting with gorgeous flowers!

Cool with a little scrambling

Fun hike for beginners

no shade
rocky
scramble
12 days ago

Did this as a loop hike. Started near the Red Rock Canyon sign and followed the wash all the way up until I hit the Limestone Trail and crossed over into Red Rock and followed the wash to the Sandstone Quarry park inking lot. From there I walked all the way back to my car which was a long walk but totally enjoyed it. Ended up being a 16.5 mile hike. I would do it again, very beautiful place with a lot of wildlife, juniper trees and sandstone formations.

hiking
no shade
rocky
13 days ago

hiking
closed
14 days ago

The road to get to this trail is closed at the beginning of the main road. People were still walking in to go hiking but you have to walk 8 miles to get to the beginning of this trail plus the trail itself. Bring your bike if you don’t feel like walking 10 1/2 miles one way

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