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Packed snow on the trail from snowmobiles. No ice or flooding today. Very windy and cold out on the lake, otherwise the walk up was warm since it was 40*f.

snowshoeing
2 months ago

Had a nice snowshoe in. The trail was a little rutted from people bare-booting. We had lunch at one of the remote points. Didn't see a soul all day; very peaceful.

2 months ago

this hike has always been fun with a great rope swing at the top. easy for kids

Very surprised how this trail is

beautiful area , nice hike , lots of wild flowers and wild life.

Did this hike over two days. Started at Deer Loop and finished at Clay Meadow. No rattle snakes sighted. Stayed at Fifth Peak, lean too was in great condition! We did about 7 miles on the first day in about 4 hours with 40 pound packs. We did a little over 13 miles the second day over the course of about 9 hard hours. Trail is very poorly marked and the last stretch is not as flat or as quick as described here. I got my 12ster done and that was what mattered!

Easy, beautiful falls.

Lots of falls, each one better than the last

Hiked 4.1 miles on 2 loops. Beautiful views, mountain meadows, woods. Next time I’ll bring my grandkids, 5 and7. Great for kids or even my disabled nephew because some of the trails have boardwalks . We then took a more moderate trails with ladders. No problem but a little steeper.

hiking
4 months ago

I love this trail, go at least once a year. We always go to the rock where the kids like to jump off. I wish there was a way for me to bring in a paddle board. With it being a "dead lake". You can see pretty far down

hiking
4 months ago

Trail is very well maintained. Short walk through a beautiful forest to see a unique Adirondack waterfall. The waterfall surprised me with the force of the rapids and how it was a gorge rather than a classic waterfall. Highly recommended as a stop on your way to the northern Adirondack region as the trailhead is right on the side of Route 8.

hiking
5 months ago

Great creek trail with some beautiful views. Would love to do it again during peak leaf season.

walking
5 months ago

Even with the low water, the Auger Falls loop is impressive. The trees are starting to turn color and in a week or two will be at peak.

Algonquin and Iroquois are great, but Marshall is a lot of added distance/effort for very little payoff.

great walking, hiking trail to lake. large trail at first, small trails around lake. lots of poison ivy on trail to the right (on NE side of lake -- beyond the rock wall). the rock wall is neat b/c you can hear the water running beneath and feeding into the wetland. there is a beaver lodge in the lake, as well.

Difficult hike with spectacular 360 views at the summit. Worth the climb for sure

hiking
5 months ago

Very easy and quick hike. The trail follows the river for a good portion of the hike. Looks to be a very poplar hike cause of the easiness of it so expect to see others while hiking It. Alot of families on the trail.

hiking
6 months ago

Great trail to secluded falls 2 mi in. Trail is unmarked for some reason half way to 2nd and 3rd falls. Beautiful hike along the Creek. The frist falls are the best with upper swimming holes and hang out areas when water is lower.

Really beautiful.

The falls are incredible, especially after a large rainstorm. Woods in This area are lush and beautiful.

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