hiking
22 days ago

hiking
25 days ago

Hike was good! Cool day, and surprisingly a lot of people and dogs. Made it to the Kiln with 2 five year olds in tow. Woo!

hiking
1 month ago

Hiked out here yesterday, the trail is snow free, with very little mud. Beautiful hike on a sunny day. Not a lot of people out there, but just enough to know you weren't the only one out there. Kid, and dog friendly.

This was a great hike, very easy trail in great condition. Diverse landscapes with mossy forests, great labeling on trails to know how far. Lots of people on a Sunday and some extra noise. But we'll worth it!

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
2 months ago

walking
2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

Hiked today with our Irish wolfhound and our little mix pup. With all the rain the trail is mostly mud and puddles with parts of the trail running with water. I would recommend waterproof boots for sure. One of the bridges with the handrail is very narrow and could use some of the metal netting/grip. Our wolfound almost fell off and we had to traverse through the rushing water and up the embankment. Im not sure we will do the hike again with him in the rain. We did pass several people with dogs. All were leashed as ours were except for one. Fortunately the owner had very good verbal command of his dog. Looking forward to the spring and summer to revisit this hike or on a dry day. Overall very beautiful and lush.

Hiked the trail for the second time this year. Lots of trees down from recent storms. Along with lots of water on trail the bridges are very slippery so use hand rails when available. Did not see any of the traction wire noted in other posts. I still enjoy this trail due to history and the kiln.

5 months ago

Fun hike! However I think I'm the only person that leashes their dog. Got here around 11 and only 6 cars in the lot. Passed by only a few hikers.

Adventurous trail for all skill levels!! Well maintained, secluded trail on the outskirts of Granite Falls. Was not able to "check in " online with this app. Rocky in some areas with lifted roots on trail. Many fun bridges and trees to cross under and over. Definitely worth the 7 miles.

hiking
6 months ago