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Did this on Saturday afternoon, was pretty snowy as we kept on trekking....great trail even with the unexpected amount of snow. Wonderful views, a couple steep parts to get your body moving!

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rocky
11 hours ago

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bugs
rocky
11 hours ago

Need bug spray. It is beautiful! Worth the climb down too. Trail was a bit confusing but if you follow the map on this app you’ll do just fine. The rock is kind of hidden so I just clicked the yellow circle on the map and made my way there.

hiking
12 hours ago

Beautiful trail, as other reviews said you get a little bit of everything. Definitely a challenging “moderate” hike. The first couple miles have a pretty good incline (hence the 2k elevation gain). It finally levels off in the shady trees which is a nice way to end towards the lake. Beautiful aspen groves!!

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rocky
13 hours ago

I would recommend this trail to everyone. Few things to watch for horse poo and spiders(there are lot of them). Start little early so that you can be back before 12 else humidity will increase.

hiking
13 hours ago

9.22.19 Well worth making the extra climb to the upper lake! Go around the right side of the lake to find the trail, it’s pretty well hidden but can be found just before the second easily accessible outcropping of rock on the lake. Stunning views and SO pretty with the fall colors right now. Ran into a bull moose and a deer but both cleared out once I started softly speaking. Haven’t done this myself but saw other hikers climb the ridge between upper stevens lake and lone lake- they said it was worth the hike! Will do next time

backpacking
13 hours ago

Doppeeee. First trip with a pack for us and it’s where we learned what we didn’t need ha. We splurgeddddd. After all, it was relatively short up there ( 2 ish miles up). Stayed in the best spot, put up a hammock, had perfect views. Mt Rainer came out amazingly. Perfect weather. Rowdy crowds make it up there though.

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scramble
13 hours ago

What a trip!! We logged in around 14.5 miles round trip. Just like other reviews have mentioned, first 3.5 miles is a walk in the park. Next 2 is a gradual incline, while the last 2 miles quickly transitions from steep trail to up, around, and over boulders. Also, as everyone mentioned, the trail for that last mile is particularly hard to discern. But, cairns are everywhere and we followed them to the top. We actually got lost on the way down. Thankful for the All Trails app! Hays like is at the 2 mile mark, and huge! Tuck is cool And a first peek at the granite + alpine vibe. Robin is amazing though, and it’s where we camped. From robin, I’m pretty sure you could keep going to the top. Which we didn’t get to. We actually wish we stayed there for 2 or 3 nights instead. So we could explore a little more. Because where you could explore was pretty open ended. Colddddd if overcast, especially at night. The next morning was clear skies and perfect temperature We’ll be here again next year!

Did this hike last week. Fantastic hike!!! This hike should be number 1 on your list for Glacier. Kinda busy, but definitely worth it. The views were fantastic. As we were hiking down a herd of rams passed right in front of us (10 feet away),it was a bit tense at first, but we realized if we left them alone they would leave us alone. The teal blue waters of the lakes were unforgettable. You have to be in pretty good shape to do this hike.

hiking
13 hours ago

BEAUTIFUL hike! AllTrails lists this as 6.8 mile hike but if you go to the second lake (which is absolutely worth it!) the hike is about 8+ miles in total. It was also VERY windy in the morning when we got there around 9 am.

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rocky
14 hours ago

The trail is on a Jeep road the entire time, and there’s tons of cars coming by passing. There was also a van stuck in the middle of the trail, so be sure you have a high clearance car. We had to park a mile before TH because of this. There isn’t much coverage, and the cars kick up dust. The lakes are beautiful though and you can take a trail along the side of the lake on the way back through the trees. Wouldn’t do this hike again.

It would of been better to take the parking lot next to the trail instead of taking the road clearing. It takes way too long to go through you mind as well not do the mountain. The mountain was very buggy, and tough to climb in many parts. There should be water at the top like Prospect Mountain. But there wasn’t. Beautiful mountain.

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rocky
14 hours ago

I would rate this trail as advanced due to its 970+ ft elevation change. Some of the sections are somewhat technical. Agree with doing the loop clockwise as the descent is quite steep. Trail is well sign posted except for the trail fork where left trail (if going clockwise) gong downhill will take you to camp Steiner where it dead ends. Take the right turn which ascends up the mountain. Awesome high altitude hike

hiking
14 hours ago

Nice trail.

hiking
14 hours ago

Easy paved trail to walk/bike for beginners. There isn't much of scenery, but they do have weird artwork around the trail. They also have a coffee/food area in the center. This was my weekly go to, when trying to get back into jogging.

Great afternoon hiking! Well maintained trail! Took Heavenly Horse up...much less crowded and a little more adventurous!

hiking
15 hours ago

Great hike on an early fall day. Leaves are starting to turn and the colors are starting to pop....should be amazing in another week or two. The trail is in good condition, but a little steep in places if you have little ones like I do. Great hike

Awesome hike. Some snow up high, but nothing too difficult. Definitely worth going to all the lakes.

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bugs
15 hours ago

Probably one of my favorite places! The caves are so neat, lots of beautiful scenery. Slightly difficult in spots, lots of area to traverse. I made the mistake of walking along the bike trail, i dont recommend that!

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rocky
15 hours ago

Awesome views from the summit.

An easy, shady, paved trial for any level people!!

hiking
16 hours ago

This has been our favorite hike in Maine. We hiked up the Indian trail, the more challenging option, to the fire tower. A lot of the folks milling about the base of the tower were nervous about climbing it and I don’t particularly love heights myself, but I will say it’s absolutely worth making the climb up the stairs for the spectacular views. Simply gorgeous! Instead of joining everyone else going right back down we continued north on the trail all the way around the island, finishing along Carriage Road. The total trip was 6.4 miles and took 3.5 hours. From the fire tower on we did not see another human until we got back to the boat dock. As a side note for golfers, the course on the island plays 6,000 yards from the tips (blues) and has a slope of 120.

I've done this hike 3 times at 3 different seasons and even hiking it in the rain today was beautiful. Less people so that was perfect for a Sunday. The trail as always is well maintained. Lena lake was so peaceful in the fog.

Overall a beautiful hike. Several water crossings (it rained hard the day before we hiked.) Took us right around six hours, but that included several stops for pictures and one for lunch. We only passed one group of three hikers (with no packs or water, yikes) once we got away from Cedar Bluff. The waterfall is a little off the actual trail, listen for it around 4mi from the dogwood entrance, going clockwise. It’s right before you cross bee creek (which can be a little confusing, we crossed it three times.) The worst part of the trail was the power line crossing. It isn’t marked and is completely overgrown. We got cut by several thorns. I would either recommend hikers wear pants, take a machete, or just brace yourself for a few cuts. This is definitely a difficult trail. We had to stop to catch our breath several times during the inclines and our legs were SPENT at the end. (We don’t hike often, but we both exercise regularly.) Definitely take lots of water or a filter/tablets. Follow the red hiking circles (not blue) and you will be fine!

hiking
17 hours ago

Tree fell and blocked eastern loop so you cannot circumnavigate the entire lake!

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