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Blister hill and the scramble were total trash today with all the fresh snow, but still beats sitting around the house.

hiking
bugs
off trail
scramble
5 hours ago

Was actually 6.7 with over 1000 ft elevation. Hard to follow any trail once you hit the scramble but the waterfall was beautiful.

Had the opportunity to do this hike earlier this month and I loved it. It was pretty windy which made it nerve racking with the steep slopes though.

hiking
5 hours ago

This is a paved loop trail just a little over 3 miles around. I enjoy using this trail for walking my dog (since 3 miles is pretty much his limit nowadays) and jogging (especially when training). I would recommend this to anyone wanting a feel similar to white rock lake as far as terrain and having loop to do full lap(s) around. Weekends when weather is nice can be a little busy with families utilizing for picnics and cookouts. Some specifics to note based on other reviews I read: 1. This is not a true trail run - you’re basically running around perimeter of lake and parallel to trafficked roads at certain points. 2. Everyone has their own definition of what “sketchy” people are. I would say don’t be too alarmed. obviously need to be smart and aware of your surroundings regardless of where you go. I will say I mainly find what some may consider to be “sketchy” people sitting in their cars in parking lot. Not necessarily out on trail. 3. It is right next to airport, so yes, can be noisy at times.

hiking
muddy
5 hours ago

Great views from the top. Good for kids. Extremely muddy.

hiking
icy
muddy
snow
5 hours ago

Fun little hike with the kids. Muddy and icy today but still doable. I thought the waterfall looked cool with the snow and icicles near. A few fun little caves along the way for the kids to explore.

I can’t believe I can skate through this idyllic forest with beautiful streams and banks along the way. My electric skateboard has extra large wheels, so I can pass over the many cracks in the asphalt easily. This is a million times better than riding down the street.

hiking
no shade
5 hours ago

I’m pretty sure I took the boring, less traveled trail that goes under the road through a tunnel and take you on the other side. Easy look. Pretty view but wanna see more on the other side of the trail with slots and pretty red rock.

hiking
bugs
5 hours ago

Beautiful trail with breathtaking views. A little narrow in some parts but not too difficult. Especially beautiful this time of year due to recent rain. A lot of green and spring flowers. Color everywhere.

ohv/off road driving
muddy
6 hours ago

Beautiful view, muddy, and the big puddle at the very end of the trail (north) was not expected, but is manageable by a stock GX460 w/ AT tires, a lot of fun!

A bit muddy at the bottom. Good workout getting up to the view. Short and sweet. Will go back again

Loved it, not crowed, beautiful views

hiking
rocky
6 hours ago

easy walking trail for all ages and dogs! the trail can be muddy after it rains and there are some rocks to climb over at some parts. the rocks are very easy and mostly flat. there is a smaller waterfall on the way, make sure to stop by and spend some time there! this is part of where you will walk over a small stream and rocks. the far left you can climb when you get to the main waterfall, the top of the waterfall comes into view. this is a must see! great place for a picnic & reading. my dog loves catawba, i take her here every year on her birthday. this was our third trip!

People are saying this hike should be rated moderate because they did the 3-mile short loop, not this loop, which is indeed hard. My friends and I are young and athletic and it was hard, for sure. We also went clockwise instead, not sure if that made it a little more difficult yet :)

hiking
muddy
rocky
6 hours ago

hiking
6 hours ago

Me encanto el sitio ; aunque en el camino hay mucha popo de perro ; llevamos siempre a la nuestra y recojo su popo lastima que hay personas que no hagan lo mismo ; por lo demás un lugar increíble con vistas a la ciudad de anchorage . Volveré en verano .

hiking
6 hours ago

Savage Falls is one of my favorite trails! It is beautiful and has so much to see and do along the trail! There are two swinging bridges along the trail, as well as several walk across bridges. The trail itself is well taken care of, but watch out for roots and rocks along the way! Additionally, there are just a few places where the trail is washed out slightly from rain runoff. The hike down to the waterfall has a few parts where it gets slippery, but the stairs down to Savage Falls are very well maintained. I will say that when I went recently, there were a lot of trees down due to tornado damage. However, the park cut away any fallen trees from the trail and has done a good job of maintaining the trail.

Great hike! There was snow in some areas and the path was a little muddy but not the entire trail. I hiked with only boots and was okay, just had to be careful in a few areas where there was deeper snow. I would suggest that when you get to the loop to take a left and hike up the snowy area. Hiking up the snow is easier then trying not to slide down it.

ohv/off road driving
6 hours ago

Nice dusty trail taken the Vehcross.

hiking
muddy
washed out
6 hours ago

This trail on Elbert was extremely challenging, but the views were entirely worth it! The switchbacks can be partially washed out by rain and very muddy — making it difficult going up or down, especially if you’ve got a good amount of gear. It can also be difficult to pass others on the trail—although, you won’t run into others as frequently as the other two trails. I would definitely recommend trekking/hiking poles and supportive hiking boots with good traction—especially if you intend to summit. Most importantly, bring plenty of water... and a camera!

Going up for a hike soon, dogs allowed?

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