wild flowers


nature trips



dogs on leash

kid friendly

trail running

mountain biking

horseback riding

dog friendly

Great trail with amazing scenery. Trails are clearly marked and not too difficult. Once to get to the peaks of each mountain its steep but not overwhelming. Many areas to stop and get a snack or take a water break.

1 day ago

3 days ago

Fun hike and great views, trail gets skinny at some spots but overall it's a good one.

Loved it!! A nice easy trail for my kids to do, and not so long that they couldn't finish it. There were definitely a lot of rocks along the trail. It was beautiful scenery in the forest with trees, wildflowers, and even a cave along the trail close to the start of it! I would definitely do this hike again. It took us a little over an hour to do the entire hike (although I wanted to go faster but was going the pace of my son).

One little note - the parking area was kind of rough and there were no signs to indicate that it was a trailhead there. We found a sign just past the outhouse (that was locked) to indicate the trail.

Hiked this last weekend, 8/5/17. Great trail though coming back down was difficult due to slipping on loose rock and soil. Fantastic views! When you get to the crest turn right and go past the Piedra Lisa North trail to the rock outcropppings. Incredible views.

very good view

7 days ago

8 days ago

Closed today due to bear activity.

9 days ago

10 days ago

Lovely hiking trail with lots of nice birds and wildflowers. It is rocky but not tough. Great views

Went past three gun and kept going to Oso pass. Really good hike, leaning towards difficult last mile to big 4 point trail intersection at Oso pass. Took a little longer than I expected, and because of that, had to break out the rain ponchos due to late afternoon thunder shower. Take lots of water, I nearly drained 3 liters and it didn't get above 85 on our hike. shade once you go up a ways. Spectacular views of west cliff faces, have fun!

11 days ago

beautiful trail!!! one of my new favorites! the way back felt like a completely different trail and the vibe of the trees, alpine meadows, wildflowers, and wildlife felt like Yosemite. A baby mule deer walked straight towards us which elevated the nature magic too.