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Ron Halls reviewed Puffer Lake Trail
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HikingGreat!
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Ben Bowman reviewed Mount Holly Trail
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Hiking

Awesome hike! The trail is a little hard to follow in spots, but this is not a huge issue because the mountain is covered in short grass that can be easily walked through.

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Thomas Muschamp reviewed Sunglow Trail
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HikingMuddyRockyScramble

Boulders and multiple creek crossing

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Mike Mansfield reviewed Mount Holly Trail
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HikingOff trailRockyScramble
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Matt Looney reviewed Shelly Baldy Peak
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HikingOff trailScramble
First to Review

Attempted this summit 2 days ago. It seems that this was logged in 2013 and I can say conditions are quite different 7 years later. Track diverges from the main NRT around 2.5 miles in. From there some bushwhacking is required to get to the base of the ridge line. The initial ascent was class 2/3 scrambling and we were forced to turn back partially up at this point as some members were increasingly uncomfortable with the exposure and loose footing.

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Heidi Kemp reviewed Sunglow Trail
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Hiking

Pretty, short trail. There was a small stream.

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Heidi Kemp reviewed Mine Camp Peak Trail
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Hiking
First to Review

You can park right at the trail head. The trail isn’t easy to see but there is only one way to the top. Short but fairly steep. Great views at the top.

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Ron Halls reviewed Puffer Lake Trail
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Great trail and well maintained. First mile is moderate elevation climb then levels out and follow ridge line. Beautiful views.

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Andrew Oliverson reviewed Velvet Ridge
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Mountain biking

Mountain bikes the trail. Sandy in some spots, but manageable. I’d recommend the trail if your looking for a well worn Jeep route. Good workout.

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Gregg Alex reviewed Sunglow Trail
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Hiking

Awesome, short red rock hike. Would be great with kids who can climb all over the rocks. Capital Reef was closed because of the pandemic, so this looked like a decent alternative and we were pleasantly surprised. You have to go all the way to the back of the camp ground where a group site is - the trail is behind it. Once you get down to the stream bed, just hike along that. Don’t try to go high up on the banks - there’s no trail up there. You’ll know when you get to the end, because it dead ends.

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Philip Sorg reviewed Sunglow Trail
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HikingMuddyRockyScramble

Fun trail! It's not well marked, but follow the footprints, and you'll be fine. There are parts where you have to scramble over rocks, but that just makes it more fun. I went on 4/8/20, and I was the only one there.

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Darren Call reviewed Sunglow Trail
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HikingMuddyRockyScrambleSnow

Awesome hike! Short and sweet. Made it all the way with a mini Aussie and a pretty clumsy Bernese Mountain Dog. There were a few sections that required me to assist the dogs up some rocks, so that could be tricky if you're not sure you can lift yours. Prepare to get a little muddy!

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Steve McCoy reviewed Sunglow Trail
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HikingMuddyRockyScramble
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Francesca Karkoski reviewed Sunglow Trail
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HikingMuddyOver grown

A fun trail for adventures!

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Jerry Hammack reviewed Deer Creek Trail
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Brent Moody reviewed Velvet Ridge
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RunningNo shadeRocky

Great trail. Ran it early in the morning. Perfect temps, light breeze, sunrise was amazing! Didn’t see a single other person out there.

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