Explore the most popular Bird Watching trails in Fishlake National Forest with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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muddy
rocky
scramble
25 days ago

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muddy
over grown
27 days ago

A fun trail for adventures!

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rocky
scramble
1 month ago

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2 months ago

easy, pretty

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2 months ago

Nice short hike. Waterfall is amazing. Pretty easy scramble down to the base of the Fall. Excited to go back in the Fall season for leaves.

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muddy
3 months ago

A nice 20 minutes in, 20 minutes out. Only down side was ATV traffic.

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3 months ago

LOVED THIS HIKE! Seriously perfect. some sun, some shade, and two beauitful waterfalls. I will def be doing this again. As for the trail, park once you cross the bridge then walk back across the bridge and that's where it starts. When you see a break in the trees on your left, on the trail, look left and you'll see the first waterfall. Enjoy.

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3 months ago

A great waterfall! I just wish the forest service developed the official trail to one of the better viewpoints further down, and that there was a decent way to get down to it. I looked at the map and air photos, and it looked like you could easily cross over to the ATV road on the south side; nothing doing, there is an impassable slot canyon below the falls. Just below the switchback, there is a faint trail where you can cross the stream to the road on the south side if you want to loop through the great Miners Park museum (or the restrooms) on your way back.

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rocky
4 months ago

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4 months ago

to dog owners: my husky had to turn around after 1/3 of the way . my husky/shepherd mix did the whole thing without any problems. if you have an agile dog who is light on its feet , you should be fine. it was beautiful!

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muddy
scramble
5 months ago

5 months ago

when you get to the sign that says Cascade falls keep going another 10 minutes and you get to bullion falls beautiful pretty spectacular waterfall easy hike what's a side detours you can take interesting detours I enjoyed this hike a lot I will go back

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5 months ago

Awesome Sunday afternoon type hike. Good hike for kids and the elderly.

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muddy
rocky
6 months ago

I hiked Bullion Falls May 7th. Part of the trail has water running down it from the spring runoff but thankfully no snow at all. The falls are beautiful. You have to be brave if you want to get closer to the falls. I didn't see a clear trail to get down there. Can't wait to go back!

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6 months ago

DOG OWNERS.... We had to turn around about half way because of large boulders my medium sized dog, Emme could not get over and she is too heavy for me to lift up. Suitable for small dogs that can be carried Nice trail that you follow by others footsteps up the canyon and in a small creek. Be prepared for that in the Spring Follow our full time RV adventures on Facebook https://m.facebook.com/Apackof2ForTheRoad/?ref=bookmarks

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6 months ago

Early May. Still a bit of snow to go around, and there’s a lot of runoff making it’s way down but it’s easy to get around. There were a few spots that we had to jump over a good sized stream. Really nice time of year for this hike.

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6 months ago

Amazing waterfall. Moderately easy 1 mile hike with fabulous views of the creek, forest and upper canyon with falls. A destination worth visiting. I hiked it April 21st and lots of snow and a bit muddy on trail. Gaiters and microspikes would have been good, but made it anyway. Worth it.

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scramble
7 months ago

Awesome short hike. Would be a lot of fun with kids as well.

Long dry hike with a lot of dusty trail. Difficult. It’s easy to loose the trail

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Wed Aug 15 2018

I grew up hiking this peak with my grandpa because it is close to Delta where I grew up. It is a fun, pretty hike and there are two different trailheads to choose from. Typically, we would begin at the southern trailhead in Oak City Canyon. The northern trailhead can be accessed near the town of Fool Creek. Both trails meet at the top of the saddle. From the saddle, you ascend through the trees and up to the top of the peak where you will find a steep drop-off. I took my husband last September. We had a great time. There were a couple of spots where the trail is difficult to find & we had to forge our own trail a little bit. Fortunately, there are several places where people have left stacks of rocks to mark the trail, so be on the lookout for those. There was a severe fire in the area that left many of the trees burned. When we hiked in September 2017, there was a lot of fog which made the dead trees appear eerie and ethereal. The most difficult portion of the hike is the steep switchbacks at the end.

Fri Jul 20 2018

Mon Jul 16 2018

Hiked with small children. 99% of the hike was easy enough for them. To get down to the waterfall, look for a white strap/rope tied to trees. That will help you go down the steepest parts. There are another couple of pink ropes to help you too. Not crowded, fun destination.

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Tue Jul 10 2018

Perfect little detour hike heading south. We did this with 2 instagram teenage girls with little complaints. Dog friendly but did not see a safe path to the water so we enjoyed the view about 30 years away.

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Sun Oct 01 2017

This hike was very beautiful! The waterfall was not as full as I've seen in other pictures but hiking it today it still had a lot of water. A very good hike!

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