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Great view from the base of the waterfall. It is a shame they fenced it, but you can easily hop it

hiking
6 days ago

Fun hike, had the trail all to ourselves!

6 days ago

We were looking for Hardesty Trail but couldn't find it and we ran into this. Short hike, but very consistently uphill which makes for a challenge. Great views at the top.

Love waterfalls. Always worth seeing once. A lot of people. Never what I'm going for I dislike stopping in a regular to let people pass

hiking
11 days ago

hiking
22 days ago

So amazing! I was a little bit afraid to go down to the waterfalls but I just take my time and it was ok (went down with 2 Chihuahuas, one at a time). hope that I can return there one day!

The place was amazing but some people were high and act strange. Felt uncomfortable to stay but I was happy to see this place. Lot of potholes, driving there was really unpleasant and I was worry to broke something in my new SUV. (some was really huge!!)

a great trail for a beginner hiker or a family with small kids. loved it.

hiking
25 days ago

Great hike!

hiking
27 days ago

I'll have to come back when there's no smoke!

Gorgeous waterfall at the end of the trail, totally worth the hike.

I started from the Lost Creek trailhead #3462 (use the USDA Forest Service website) which is a nice kept trail. Be aware that Goodman Creek road has a lot of potholes in the beginning and as you get closer to the trailhead is has bigger ones as well so take your time to maneuver around them. It might be better to take the paved forest service roads up and park on NF-511 (where the trail touches the road) if you have a low clearance car and it also has a bigger spot to park.

Once you hit the junction, the trail to Mt June has vegetation growing over the trail at some spots, but it is manageable.

The Lost Creek trail is about 3 miles and from the junction to the summit of Mt June is about 1 mile.

hiking
29 days ago

hiked here Sunday (8/20) with my 3 and 5 year old. it was a short fairly easy hike. they loved the pools. It's a nice short hike with an equally nice reward. be warned there will be naked people there. it didn't bother me nor my kids. we soaked for about an hour. pools range from hot to really really hot.