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Absolutely gorgeous. Lush green forest the entire way, which improved after mile marker 1 and even more after mile marker 2, becoming more dense and beautiful. Apparently early fall is the best time to go. Stunning views from the top, even better from the lookout tower. Numerous butterflies and lizards, patchy wildflowers. Weather was perfect. Mild-moderate difficulty, with 5-15% grades interspersed with frequent leveling off. Exceptionally well-maintained trail, with numerous trail markers. The town of Williams is a great place to go after, with some really good restaurants and bars.

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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.

Great hike was difficult towards the end but definitely worth it to see the waterfalls. Very gorgeous views along the way too. Anyone can do this hike, saw teenagers along the trail that made it to the end and my parents in their 60s made it without any problems too.

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Spectacular view!
Probably dangerous for small children/ pets off leash, as there is a very narrow path along rock face.
Yes, don't follow your GPS. It takes you the wrong way. 9530 is the right road.
You also need 4X4 to get up to the trailhead. It's all gravel and lots of big rocks near the top.
Would definitely do it again :)

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.

The hike is good, but I think a snowfall would definitely make the scenery more picturesque.

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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.

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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.