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Mary Scott reviewed Fish Lake Loop
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Well maintained, abundant

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Stella Arellano reviewed Bullion Falls
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Dave Zeldin reviewed Bullion Falls
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HikingGreat!

Let me clear things up with the road up to the trailhead. There are a lot of conflicting reviews. I believe this is due to the confusion of the first 3/4 of the actual trail being an ATV/UTV Road, and people think that’s the road they are supposed to drive their cars up. We were able to drive our 30’ C Class RV up to the trailhead. Keep in mind; this was early September with no rain or snow. I can’t comment on those conditions. Once you get up to the trailhead, go over the bridge and park. There’s plenty of room to turn a large vehicle around. The trail itself is alright. Like others have said, it’s mostly an ATV/UTV trail, so it’s super rough and unpleasant at times. Toward the top, the ATV/UTV trail ends and turns to hiking trail. From there it’s a short scramble to the waterfall.

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Franklin West reviewed Delano Peak
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Nice easy/moderate trail, made a little harder by the elevation, as the entire trail is very near the tree line. I’m sure it’s spectacular in a non-drought year with no wildfire smoke. All trails in the area are limited to foot and horse traffic but good luck telling that to the throngs of local atv riders.

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Lance Wood reviewed Delano Ridgeline Trail
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nice trail.

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Alicia Payne reviewed Delano Ridgeline Trail
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HikingGreat!

As of August 26th the second gate is open and you can park at the trailhead which is just a road with a gate across it. There is no marker that you are at the trail but if you hike up the gated off road you are going in the right direction. This was such a great hike with not too much elevation gain and great views.

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Aaron Hibler reviewed Delano Peak
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This trail goes straight up the mountain. no switchbacks, no nothing. A few very short flat spots make for quite the relief about 1/3 of the way up. Trailhead easily missed, no official sign or places to park. I just parked on the side. Unreal 360 view at the top, could see Wheeler Peak of the Great Basin National Park some 150 miles away. Check forecasts and start very early if there’s any chance of afternoon clouds and wind, because that usually means thunder, possible hail and very strong winds at the top of these high peaks.

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David Varney reviewed Delano Peak
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Super fun!!

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Kiersten Thomson reviewed Bullion Falls
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HikingGreat!

Park by the small bridge and the trail starts to the right of the bridge. (If you go up a hit further up to miners park there is a cool area with a small loop of educational signs and old mining equipment.) The trail was mostly in the sun so bring plenty of water and it is a steady incline. The elevation made use need to take a few more breaks than usual. Plus we had our 4 year old along. She did great until the very end when the ATV trail ends are the real hiking trail begins. The hiking trail is not well marked so we got a little turned around getting back to the ATV trail but we managed. There is a rope to help you get (slide) down to the grotto of the waterfall. I had to carry our dog down then go back and carry down our 4 year old. Not terrible but just steep so use your judgement if just viewing the waterfall without going down the rope is enough for you. Going back downhill only took about 25 minutes. Definitely felt longer than 2 miles roundtrip but totally worth it. We only saw one other pair of hikers on the trail (Tuesday afternoon) and one group of ATV riders who drove up the ATV trail to the hiking trail which shortens at least 3/4 of the hike. The ATV trail only allows vehicle 60 inches wide (no truck, etc)

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Great hike with very few people on the way. Download the map just so you don't get lost. Also, be aware that there are bears there, we saw a bear paw marking and bear poop on the way. The lake was kind of empty but there is a point where the mountains get insane, beautiful views totally worth the effort. It ended up being 14 miles and we did it in one day. Also, make sure to take your rain jacket, it was hailing on our way back.

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Candice B reviewed Delano Peak
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Well kept loved it

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Mitchell Burner reviewed Fish Lake Hightop
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Tough hike, from Bowery it was 11.86 miles just past spring at the top. Steep in many places, took 5:45 to complete. 2626 elevation change.

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Laura Hall reviewed Bullion Falls
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Short and sweet, and it doesn't get challenging until almost the end. The trail actually starts to the right of the bridge, not actually in Miner's Park. The road forks just before the bridge- the right fork is the trail up to the falls, and the left fork goes to Miner's Park.

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Ben Bowman reviewed Delano Peak
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HikingNo shade

Very tough! The thin air makes this hike much harder than its elevation gain and length indicate. I would definitely rate this hike as hard, not moderate. Regardless, the views are worth the effort.

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Did this in two parts. One day hiked to Blue lake trailhead and back. Day two drive up farther to the mud lake trailhead, AllTrails doesn’t give this as an option. Mud lake to Bluelake is stunning and slow going coming back because of the elevation hike back out. Incredible and a must do if you are in the area. Allow about 5-6 hrs, to enjoy the lake. I saw deer and lots of bobcat tracks at the lake.

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Heather Smith reviewed Bullion Falls
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it was a beautiful trail and the waterfall is amazing!

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PunkRock Painter reviewed Delano Peak
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wow! be prepared to take this one in! the drive itself is amazing! beautiful hike, exaggerated by cloudy sky if you're lucky. mountain goats a bonus! a favorite and bucket list hike for sure!

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Bill Shaw reviewed Delano Peak
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steep trail but good hike

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mary norton reviewed Delano Peak
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Incredible trail. No signage except the trail number so I included it. There is a very small pullout at the sign and another in front of Poison Creek about .2 up the road on the left. The mountain goats were amazing. Beaver has a great mural of them off of Main Street going south. Trail number sign#224 Google maps will take you correctly. Beaver canyon to Big Jack Flats then watch for the sign.

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HikingBugsWashed out

Lmao we did this trail knowing nothing about it because we were camping and had no service. 1) there’s no lake at the top 2) cow pies everywhere 3) you will be hiking with cows, one stalked us the whole way lol Not a hike I’ll return to, but it was good for a few laughs along the way.

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Emily Robison reviewed Fish Lake Hightop
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Great hike early in the morning before it gets hot, plus there’s a bit of shade throughout. If you start at Bowery it’s 11 miles round trip. Hiking up, when you get to a meadow and little pond you’ve got 2 miles remaining until the high top. Once you break into the high top meadow the trail is challenging to follow - keep an eye out for rock stacks to help you find the trail. On the way back, if you take the shortcut directly to Bowery instead of to Pelican Promontory, the trail forks with no markers. The lower path goes to the Bowery resort near the cabins, the higher path goes to the Bowery campground.

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Chelsea Lindbeck reviewed Fish Lake Hightop
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We were dropped off at the top (Fish Lake High Top Gia Hancock Flat) and hiked down. The drive up is a steep and rocky climb, but manageable in a truck or ATV. Nearly to the bottom of the trail, if you head right instead of following the trail down to Bowery Resort, you take a more meandering but much prettier trail through the aspens and end up at the back side of the Bowery Campground. We walked back along the road to our car parked at Bowery Resort. Lots of fallen trees, so I definitely wouldn’t recommend it for mountain biking. Wear sturdy boots and you’ll love it!

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Valerie Fuller reviewed Delano Peak
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Valerie Fuller reviewed Delano Ridgeline Trail
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The second gate is still closed. Camped nearby and looped this with Delano Peak Trail. If you’re doing the peak, this is worth the extra mileage!

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Nina Claunch reviewed Delano Peak
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HikingNo shade

Whoever wrote "somewhat of a stroll" is a filthy liar. This will whoop you, you gain some 1600 ft. of elevation in 1.5 miles. Still worth it. Also, signs at the campgrounds say that this is bear country so be smart if you find yourself doing this at sunset, or in the dark.

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Kylara jane Ocheltree reviewed Delano Peak
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HikingOff trailScramble
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HikingGreat!

We camped above Big John Flat then did this hike as a day hike. Spectacular views, great trail and not very many people. If you do not have a trailer and want good camping, I suggest the camping just beyond the trailhead. The sites are more private with less car traffic. Did this with our dog and there were a number of running streams along the way for her to drink from. We plan to come back and do this as a multi day trip to camp at Blue lake than climb up Baldy. Highly Recommend!!!

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