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Tough snow shoe climb, but well worth the effort.

I went on a cold, rainy Monday around noon and the parking lot was full and I’d say the pools were pretty busy. I would highly recommend not bringing your pup. The dog tie off area is completely separate from the pools and you can’t see it when you’re there. There is also nothing to tie your dog to excepts fallen logs that are quite large.

hiking
3 days ago

Awesome hike - a little more elevation gain than indicated, quite rocky and quite steep in places. Very wet with standing and running water in large sections of the trail today. But stunningly beautiful forest and very little traffic. Highly recommended!

I recommend wearing gortex/waterproof hiking boots. There is an area about 2 miles in where you cross a stream. You will most likely get water in your boots as it’s about mid calf high water. Bring extra wool socks. This hike is well worth it!!

hiking
muddy
snow
4 days ago

Great forest hike with a good mix of challenging trails. Made it about 3/4 the way until the snow was up to the knees and turned back. Still worth it and would absolutely come back after snow melts off.

The blue pool is one of the most beautiful things I’ve seen, but I felt like I was on a high school field trip. This place was overrun with loud teenagers, frat boys, etc. As soon as I sat near the pool in the evening, suddenly there was a guy screaming, ripping his socks off and throwing them within inches of me, and jumping in. This isn’t exactly what I drove hours to experience... There was also a lot of trash and discarded clothing in the parking lot, which was flooded with too many cars. The trail was very eroded. Too much human traffic. I don’t think I’ll be going back, and looking for more challenging and remote trails instead. Getting down to the pool itself was a bit confusing, but a fun puzzle to figure out. I should also note this was during the summertime, peak season.

hiking
off trail
over grown
7 days ago

Not a bad trail, in a burned out area, and it was very foggy, so it was quite eerie. The forest was not as pristine as other nearby trails. The last 5% of the hike is really off-trail, with the path had to discern, but you’re near the top, so it would be difficult to get lost. Reasonable view from the top but partially obscured by trees. Overall, an enjoyable trail, but not my favorite in the wider Eugene area.

Great trail, beautiful with snow! Hike is longer than 3.7 miles. It’s basically 3.7 miles one way. Did it without spikes and it was a little slippery in some spots.

hiking
muddy
8 days ago

Ome off my favorite trails near eugene!i have done it numerous times over the years. Pretty muddy yesterday. New day use fee of five dollars at trailhead.

on Fuji Shelter Trail

snowshoeing
snow
8 days ago

Snow was a bit soft so it added a level of difficulty but there was plenty of snow and fantastic views. Thank you to Meandering Goose for the log wall. We wondered how intentional that set up was and it definitely worked to keep the heat in- and I dare say, kept the stove free from the 4-5 ft of snow that the hut was buried in! We had to break an opening through a snow wall to get in and it was nice and dry in there!

hiking
muddy
9 days ago

9.4 Mi. Parking lot empty. Patches of snow and running water and standing water on the trail. Great conditions. the road to the trailhead was clear. super beautiful!

snowshoeing
10 days ago

"easy" lol

hiking
11 days ago

Great easy walk.

Was really cool to see Blue Pool and the river in the winter with all of the snow. Made the hike so much more incredible. Quick, easy hike. Absolutely beautiful drive to get there.

hiking
muddy
snow
18 days ago

Trail in good condition with snow on the upper 1/3. More to come with new storm front morning in tonight.

Gorgeous hike. There are two waterfalls and another one that looks like a mini one. I highly recommend. I went around Christmas 2020. Uploaded photos.

hiking
no shade
snow
20 days ago

Snowshoed over a fresh dusting of snow. Feet sunk in about three feet of snow. It got to the point that the snow was so deep that we could not continue. It was very beautiful at the top, though.

hiking
21 days ago

I loved this trail. So pretty and a great view at the top. This trail will be going into my regular rotation for sure!

hiking
muddy
snow
21 days ago

It’s a good trail. The way in is a steady incline and to get to the view point you gotta scramble up a rock formation the last 30 feet or so. It is a pretty well maintained trail. Muddy spots for sure... snow at the top. Couple inches, but manageable with boots or hiking shoes. We didn’t see any other hikers (on a Tuesday mid-day not expected). No garbage or poop bags along the trail so it was pretty. Completed the trail under two hours.

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