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Very nice fall walk! Did 10 miles of it!

hiking
13 days ago

Great trail in a beautiful area. Enjoyed the Panjab creek. First time hiking in the Blue Mountains. We're going to have to come back.

fantastic trail! starts along a beautiful creek and then meanders at a slight uphill for about 3/4 mile. then...get your mountain goat on! steep uphill for about 2 miles with loose rocks everywhere. beautiful on top with views in every direction. don't go on this trail if you are wanting a nice leisure stroll.

hiking
1 month ago

A little trouble finding the trail... but once we arrived at the trail head it was a great hike with minimal initial climb to the ridge line. The views from the ridge line allow line of sight to the willowas. This is more of an out and back hike than a loop. The half way point will be a fire lookout, very friendly staff.

Highly recommend this hike.

Not sure why this is rated as Hard. Granted we only did the first 5 miles but the trail is groomed and well marked, the hills are few and short, and it is a pretty nice walk. Its a bad bee season and they were especially bad at the water, but didn't really bother.

Nice trail, but is fairly grown over in some locations. Several trees have fallen across the trail around mile 10, but they're not hard to cross. I camped down near the creek. Very peaceful hike. My dog enjoyed it as well.

Loved the trail, and was okay with the overgrowth for the most part - not a good trail for anyone who wants a flat/easy walk. Saw two snakes and left with two ticks. The road up damaged the undercarriage of my Nissan Altima- the scraping popped things loose. Expect an unmaintained trail next to a pretty river.

horseback riding
1 month ago

One of my favorite trails. It’s a beautiful canyon trail along the river.

pretty decent hike! Only went to about the national forest

horseback riding
1 month ago

One of my very favorite rides.

hiking
1 month ago

Great trail for dogs. Some elevation gain but not to bad. Decent shade on much of trail.

this spot is super cool!! worth the extra drive out here in such a rural area. its absolutely beautiful out here and the trailhead is gorgeous. I love the running river near by the whole time. it was mine and my fiance's first time here and we will be back. we took our two fluffy Maltese pups and one of them got burs stuck on his face and legs. they are adventure dogs and loved it but with all the cheatgrass and burs it was hard going any further for them and had to unfortunately turn around, but we will definitely be going back to finish it or at least get half way through just us two.

First time hiking in this area of Washington. The views were good and the trail was well marked. The person working at the lookout was friendly and took the time to show my kids, ages 7 and 9, around the lookout cabin.

beautiful hike along the river. keeps the temperature a little cooler

awesome hike. Look out for the swarms of bees that you have to walk thru on the trial. Other than that it was amazing

Did this trail yearly as a kid, love it. Lookout staffed in the summer and they are always friendly. Great views!

A lot of fun, lots of views and landscape points throughout. There are dirt bikers and lots of people in the afternoon. Morning is the best time to go. Very quiet and cool, also before all of the bugs come out. But this has been my favorite trail in the area so far.

Nice trail. A lot of people.

Started at panjab trailhead with 2593 in elevation gain first 4.5 miles then opened up to beautiful meadow. Tons of butterflies at low level and a gorgeous hike. Took 7 hours constantly moving.

Beautiful trail!

on Panjab Trail

3 months ago

Great hike! Extremely rewarding!

walking
3 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

Very fun, very pretty trail. It was late in the day and so I only hiked about a mile and a half in, to the first fork. Very easy first section, hiked it with my kids and toddler.

mountain biking
4 months ago

Just about jiggled the fillings out of my teeth! Went about 3-4 miles in and my wrists told me to turn around lol. Most amazing place I ever saw! Coming back on foot next time. A groundskeeper told me there has been a cougar (not a hot milf looking for fun) seen around the area recently so be careful. Might want a hand gun just in case for safety reasons. It’s against the rules I think but it’s better than getting your leg chewed off.

Only went 3.3 miles down I, there were some great views to be had...

The trail is rather steep and has lots of loose gravel. It tends to be quite exposed, making it often a pretty hot, dry hike. Wildflowers and views were nice, however.

The trailhead is really easy to find right past Harris Park. The first part of the trail is easy and follows along the river.

Nice area - the road to trailhead is still under snow. Unable to pass.

backpacking
5 months ago

I think the map on this site may be inaccurate towards the top, but it's hard to tell. Near the top, there was a split in the trail and the fork to the right was blocked with fallen logs. I proceeded to the left and it became a trench filled with patches of snow. It came out into the upland meadow, but there was no trail connector, so I noted that there was a set of leg bones still attached to each other where I emerged. I did an over night stay, and had difficulty finding the Panjab trail after that. Finally had to move along the tree line until I found the leg bones. Then I knew where I was. The split I am describing was at the 3.7 mile mark on this map, but I'm only guessing right now.

hiking
5 months ago

Easy day hike.

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