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1 day ago

Fun little trail, cool waterfall at the end. My 2year old enjoyed it enough to be entertained the entire walk and had fun time splashing cold water on her hands from the waterfall.

Amazing hike, the waterfall is beautiful! Wear proper shoes for this though

off road driving
4 days ago

trail running
7 days ago

This trail gave me a workout! I read reviews before coming and they were pretty spot on except how to identify the entrance because I didn't see any. As previously mentioned parking is limited. I thankfully found a spot when I got there today. As we haven't seen much rain, the trail is dry and had a lot of flies at some spots along the trail.

11 days ago

Crazy hot and dusty, and I didn't bring enough water!

13 days ago

14 days ago

14 days ago

Always a great hike challenging because of distance and elevation gain but such a great trail

i sure never made a loop. wasn't comparing with the map bc the trail was super clear. hit 5 miles and was nowhere near where i started, so i looked at my location on the all trails map and was way off the path. i retraced my steps and found myself synced back with the AT map, but truly can't figure out where i could have gone wrong.

Backpacked the Lion Canyon Trail (which ends at a road weirdly enough) and explored the East Fork and West Fork camps. We camped at the West Fork, but some of the camping spots are over grown with thorny vines and fallen trees. Both water falls at the forks were dry, but we are excited to return after rain. West Fork had a bit of water, thus our reason for staying, but East Fork is the more stunning and spacious ground. Beautiful Canyon! Parts of the trails are slightly over grown, but didn't require any crazy bush whacking. LOTS OF POISON OAK! However, the wildlife was amazing! Owls, lizards, skunks, hawks, spiders, etc. There is also a connector trail to the Rose Valley Falls, which we understand to be spring fed, so that is worth checking out as well. We were almost completely alone for 48 hours, until three day hikers came to explore the East Fork Falls. We had the whole canyon to ourselves essentially! If you don't mind a few thorns in your socks, this place is definitely recommended,

20 days ago