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Bella Artista
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Hiking

Easy hike. My older (11yrs) 49lbs dog had a tough time on the rock path but my younger (2yr old) 9.5lbs dog was enjoying herself so much she didn't want to leave.

Carlynn Mazon
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Hiking

Short and sweet but well worth doing. The water was so fresh once we got to the waterfall. Beautiful butterflies along the way.

Carlynn Mazon
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Hiking

Great hike!!! Amazing views at the top. We did not expect to go as high as we did. The views were spectacular. Very easy moderate hike. Did not take us as long as we had thought. Well worth doing again.

Kristian Pangelinan
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Hiking

Great trail, definitely have the app ready for navigation as it does dork off a couple times.

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Allison Clark
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HikingBugsGreat!No shade

forgot to stop the recording veiws are amazing. hellla steep!

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Polly Superstar
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HikingRocky
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Terri K.
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Hiking

We started at the Echo trailhead because of condos and new home construction right around the Little Falls trailhead. That makes it just over 2 miles. It’s a great hike for kids because of the waterfall but it is an uphill climb that can be tough for little kids at times. The waterfall still had water - enough to make it worth seeing. But I’ll definitely be back in the spring when there will be more water.

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Alexandra Jun
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BackpackingRocky

Beautiful views when you make it to the top and lots of very friendly chipmunks. The first 1.5 miles is straight up hill and gets pretty rocky at the top. The trail is pretty populated but we did it with a 4 and 8 year old in tow. Worth the climb for sure!

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Jonathan Pratt
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HikingRocky

Great short hike. A bit of loose rock, but easy to follow. Good shade in the afternoon. Watch out for Stinging Nettle.

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Mike J.
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Hiking

Plenty of shade and a great hike. Nice views and lots of vegetation.

Christopher Carlough
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Hiking

Little shade. Seemed shorter than when we did it last year in May after the avalanche. Great hike. Friendly people.

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Carrie Helms
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Hiking

Great hike! Mild incline the whole way up, beautiful wooden benches to rest around every corner. Pretty wildflowers and lots of shade. Much much cooler weather in Mt. Charleston, a nice escape from the Vegas heat. Smoked a joint on the tip-top of Cathedral rock :) much easier on the way down. Don’t forget ya water!

KAREN GALLAGHER
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temp about 66degrees while Las Vegas at 106deg!!!

Brianna Grindstaff
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HikingBugsRockyScramble
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Liz Cody
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HikingClosed

We were unable to access this trail. We were able to drive most of the way up the mountain, but the road to get to the actual trail was closed. We’re not from the area and weren’t aware of an alternate route to the trailhead.

Joe Dickey
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Hiking

Great hike. Lots of lush greenery and beautiful views.

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Shane Kaupalolo
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Nature trips

Nice easy tail even for the kids! At the end there is a tiny little stream

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Chelsea Robbins
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Hiking

This trail is steep the whole way up. We are from CO and it definitely reminded me of hikes near Boulder for its steepness going up and elevation gain. There are steps and such to make the really steep places doable, though, even for kids. There’s a moderate amount of shade and the view at the top is nice. It’s a wide well marked trail with lots of places to stop and rest on the way up. The rocks and gravel can be slick and slide out from under your feet so we did find ourselves wishing we brought our trekking poles at times. The trail was definitely crowded with people, but this may not always be the case. There are many area trails (and campgrounds) closed due to wildfires and risk of wildfires, high temps down at lower altitudes, and it’s a holiday weekend so that could all be contributing to how crowded it was. We did have to wait a few minutes to get a parking spot when we started at 9:20 AM as only the Echo lots were open (the main parking lot was closed and all the bathrooms were closed). I would go for an earlier start next time, too. I don’t know if we’d do this one again, but would recommend it for kids and families as it’s wide and well marked and not super long.

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Connor Alleman
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HikingRocky
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Skip Mckenna
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Hiking

Awesome trail my 7&9 year old daughters finished with zero issues. Lunch at the top with the most amazing view.

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Mike Mansfield
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HikingRocky

Did the counter-clockwise route. Nice steady elevation gain so you can run most of it if you’re feeling frosty. Mostly shaded in the morning.

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Cristian Velasquez
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Hiking

Great hike and the views are amazing, it is a little tough and a good portion is in the sun so be sure to use sunscreen or something to protect yourself.

Derrick Boughton
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Hiking

Great hike anytime of day, I recommend starting at Lower Bristlecone parking. The gradual incline to the marker is 3 miles. (Multiple trails options at that point) The last remaining 2 miles for the loop are mostly downhill and rocky with some tight spots. You end up walking through the ski lodge parking lot at the end but your legs will thank you for the extra downhill .07 miles to your car. At the lower parking lot.

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Shane Kaupalolo
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Nature trips

Nice easy trail and it connects to Little Falls and Cathedral Rock trails!

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Ira Woodard
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HikingRocky

Trail is does have a lot of rocks, a good amount of shade at the top portion trail. Lots of butterflies are out right now as you pass through the white pines section of the trail. After a moderate climb for 3 miles, it easily descends down to the lower parking lot after the peak trail split. Not to crowded and watch out for the dog

Helga Hikes
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Hiking

Nice quick hike, some masochist put stairs in random spots the trail.

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