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Absolutely loved every step on this trail. We followed the smaller trail next to the creek up to Horton Spring, crossing over the creek a few times to find a trail, some areas we kinda made our own. We eat lunch next to Creek and were entertained by two big squirrels chasing each other. Definitely recommend going all the way to the Spring, it's a nice surprise at the end of trail. We them came back to the trailhead on the main trail, which a small section takes you a little bit away from the creek, but you can still hear it. (You realize just how loud the Creek is when right next to it). The water was very refreshing for sore feet. This trail ended up being closer to 9 miles in/out than 6.8 like the description states. Will be going to this Creek more often!!
The trail-head was easy enough to find. Enjoyable hike, there was running water intermittently along the trail, and a few slight patches of snow near the top. Not a great hike for views, there are really none to speak of, but the changes of flora and fauna as you gain elevation is interesting. The trail terminates at a nondescript spot on FR 300.