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12 hours ago

Nice and easy hike with a couple inclines. Found the waterfall which was a great time to take some pictures. Overall really good.

Fun trail. A moderate 2.5 mile incline on the Abineau Trail, then a 2 mile flat walk along the top of the canyon, then a 2.5 mile descent on the Bear Jaw Trail. Very rocky on the ascent and descent. Great views from the top. A lot of downed trees on the Abineau side. The Bear Jaw side was much prettier, with a lot more green and more wildflowers.

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1 day ago

hiking
2 days ago

Only 3 stars because I'm not sure I'd do it again. It's beautiful, challenging, and the hard rating is not to be taken lightly. Hadn't hiked at this high elevation but it does get to you, neither I nor my bf got "sick", my dog did very well for his first time. We brought more water than we needed, and we needed it all. Bring food, and definitely bring a beer for the top, got a little shaky and the beer restored the lost glycogen so fast. It was insanely windy at the top today, it was hard to breath, whipped you to the bone and pushed us over. It's been all summer since we hiked anywhere, and my lower extremities are swollen and in so much pain. But looking back from the bottom at what we just did blew my mind, such a great experience! Bring more thank you think you need, prepare for perfect weather and super cold.

hiking
2 days ago

This was an easy trail, lots of rock outcropping along the path. Wild flowers, small animals and a cactus along the path. Met one other hiker at the trailhead and 3 mountain bikers along the path. The path at times revealed an old two track. Great for morning walks or just to get out. I had my daughters dog with me today as well.

hiking
2 days ago

Humphreys was definitely one of the toughest hikes I've done but was worth every second

hiking
3 days ago

Park at the barricades off of the main road. Then walk about 7 minutes to Fisher Point Trailhead.
It's pretty flat for several miles, but very pretty.
Good for biking or horse riding it seems.
Once you get to that cool cave fork in the rod area, if you go left to Fisher point it is an awesome view. See my pics. If you go right there are some cool cliff dwellings/caves to check out.
I'd do it again, but. Would opt for using my bike next time.

Nice loop gets the heart pumping and the views are fantastic. Elden trail is off of this one and I plan on trying that next time.

hiking
3 days ago

I hiked this trail last week with my daughter and her dog. At 59 this was a Great trail for me, I enjoyed it. It was cooler on that day with rain. Aspens were nice a couple of switchback and before I knew it we where the inner basin hut.

hiking
3 days ago

I hiked this trail last week and for me this was a hard trail.. I am visiting the area and hiking various trails, I will hike this one again and bring more water on the next outing to this trail.

hiking
3 days ago

Very good trail for morning walks, very easy 2 miler. I am visiting my daughter for the month and walking various trail with a dog.

Trailhead is 2 miles from 89A on FR 556 (Little Elden Springs Rd). Located on N (R) side of road. Lots of great rocks and greenery. Need to watch out for horses and mountain bikers. Easy and fun. Family with kids and dogs on leash.

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3 days ago

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3 days ago