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Completed mid March 2017. Muddy, steep, and beautiful. Loved it.

13 days ago

13 days ago

3/11/17 Great Hike. Super Muddy, and there's multiple trees down on the trail. These obstacles made it more fun for me; but if you're not prepared to hike in mud/flooded trails I recommend waiting till this trail drys out.

20 days ago

My wife and I snowshoed Stahlman early March. The bottom half we hiked and the top half snowshoed. It's actually a decent trail for snowshoeing. Don't expect too much of a view in the winter unless you purposely choose a clear day. It peacefully snowed on us at the point but we were mostly socked in and only able to see the deep blues and greens of Detroit below. I get the impression it's a well-used trail during the summer months with the trailhead being so close to the campgrounds and assessable from the main road. So plan accordingly if you're like me and have a particular affinity for less busy trails. I rate this hike as easy-moderate in difficulty.

21 days ago

way over crowded but still beautif!

Beautiful waterfalls! Covered in snow right now so the hike is a little interesting but definitely worth it. Sahalie was my favorite

23 days ago

Lovely hike. Super muddy but quiet and beautiful.

27 days ago

This was a nice trail for my third time snowshoeing. It was very warm heading up and we didn't do the whole loop but turned around after about 1.5 miles. Just where the trees thinned completely and the view was amazing.


Bridge is out right at the beginning. Trail marker has it as "Rigdon Bike Trail". would suggest Aubrey Mtn Loop across the river instead, which is also a poorly marked trail head.

We stopped there on our way back from O'Dell Lake Sunday. Hiked there for just a little bit to check place place out and we loved it. it was muddy, trees fallen but we didn't care

1 month ago

1 month ago

We went in November and it was wet but not too muddy. We also turned around at the log bridge so it was just about 4 miles round trip. The ending log bridge with its pebbly beach is great for kids to hang out in after the journey for lunch.

This was a beautiful hike but there are a bunch of trees down in the trail and also about 1.6 miles it it has an abrupt end. Looks like a bunch of trees down and mud slide. I would love to go back when the trail is open all the way to the end.