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Evan Maynard
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HikingBugsMuddy

Went clockwise to Alice Lake and staid overnight. Trail is muddy in places and tons of horse poop. Stream crossings are a little sketchy but great views and camping around Alice! TONS of mosquitoes though...

Bob K
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Hiking

Loved this trail. Trail is steep but the views going to the lake are excellent. The views of the lake are gorgeous as well

Alec Ilstrup
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HikingBugs

Amazing trail, super rewarding for the mileage. It was super buggy at the trail head, we basically had a swarm around our car but once we got out and started hiking they left us alone. Still buggy throughout the hike but not terrible. We didn’t see a single other person the entire time when we hiked this in the middle of the day on Saturday. We saw cougar tracks though so stay safe!!

Don Faley
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HikingBugs

Great views at the top. The trail was a little steep, but not too difficult. My 11 & 9 year old made it to the top just fine. Though we did stop several times for a rest break.

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Samantha Bunn
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HikingRocky

Beautiful trail. I was unable to go too far due to asthma but the bit that I did was nice. Steep rocky inclines to begin the trail. Levels out slightly then continues with the inclines.

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Michelle C
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HikingBugs

This was a great hike, awesome views at the top, but a little steeper than we expected. Our 10 and 12 year old did fine, and we saw some younger kids on the trail, but you’ll probably want to add some time to the estimate if you are bringing kids. Black flies were out in full force today - one of us got eaten alive!

Emma Tuck
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HikingOff trailOver grownRockyScramble
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Nancy Sparling
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Hiking

Such a beautiful hike. The 3-4 mile drive in from the main road seems to take forever. You will need a car with high clearance. Very rocky! Only 1 other person there on a beautiful day! First miles of the hike are a breeze and so enjoyable. The last bit up to the lake is quite rocky, but well marked. We picnicked away from the lake due to gnats. I don’t think they bite tho not sure!! Very remote - no cell service and no people - so be prepared. Would be easy to trip during rocky part if you don’t pay attention! A truly gorgeous hike!!

April Nettles
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Hiking

Holy mosquitos! Wear bug spray but overall this was a great hike. Think the mileage is more than the trail descriptor says, but a great hike nonetheless

Kevin Graham
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Hiking

Perfect day. Water at lower Stevens felt great. Will come back another day to summit Stevens peak. A little tough for our 6 year old, but the older kids did great.

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Maya Mottinger
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HikingBugs
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Jordan McAdam
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HikingBugsGreat!
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Parker W
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Hiking

Going counter clockwise all the most beautiful scenery you encounter first. Second half of the loop isn’t quite as amazing. Some stream crossings where it’s just easier to get your feet wet. Wish there was less horse crap on the trail. Really stunning views!

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Emily Canupp
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HikingOver grown

This is a good hike, doable in a day if you start early. The trail after mile 6 is extremely overgrown, so I didn’t quite make it to the top. Start early to avoid as much sun as possible since there’s not a whole lot of shade. There’s camping areas at mile 2, 4, and 6, though I would say 2 is probably the best.

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Rick Berk
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Hiking

Awesome hike. Went to the third lake as well. All so beautiful. Hike is a gentle climb until you get to the second lake. If you decide to go to the third or fourth, you’re off trail and things get more difficult. I took my time, took a lot of photos.

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Cynthia Stasie
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HikingBugs

Great moderate level hike with beautiful views of the alpine lake at the end. Lots of mosquitoes though most of the way. Trailhead parking was very crowded at 2pm. We actually clocked the distance at 8.4 miles and it took about 4 hours.

David Viero
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HikingRocky

Amazing! Loved it, not too steep, and saw a lot of people trail running.

Tim McGillicuddy
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HikingGreat!Snow

The trail and lake was very busy with hikers and the terrain is very similar to Fault Lake. We were able to locate a camping spot on the south side of the lake on the rocks with a breathtaking panoramic view. I would suggest waiting for August for the lake to thaw.

Darren Smith
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Backpacking

July 9-10th 2020 Went Sheep Creek to Palisades TH Spent nigjt at upper Palisades. mileage is more like 19-20 like others have stated. Still a large drift at top of pass that takes you a little off course to get around. And snow near where the trails converge at the top of water fall canyon caused us a bit of bushwacking, but not bad. beautiful hike and glad we got the big elevation gain done first.

Jim Low
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HikingRockySnow

This was the most fascinating and memorable of our three late-June hikes in the Sawtooth Mts. We, like a few others, almost made the mistake of turning around at the “pond” - a pretty, little lake before you get to a larger, far more impressive one. The main Sawtooth was quite spectacular for its size and surrounding peaks. Lots of snow at the top and the lakes were partially covered in ice. We decided not to traverse the boulder field to additional lakes and views beyond. A challenging and rewarding hike that includes Alpine Lake en route. We’d like to revisit in the fall. Highly recommended.

Jim Low
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Hiking

My wife and I found this hike very satisfying for its varied terrain and beautiful views featuring cool forests, streams, waterfalls, majestic mountains, huge boulders and a picturesque Alpine Lake at the end. This out and up and back took us about 5 hours. Some challenging switchbacks over the last mile or so. Late June trail conditions were excellent. Highly recommended, among the many amazing hikes in the Stanley-Redfish Lake area.

Kristoph Lodge
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Hiking

Went up the saddle and up the ridge to the summit. This route def has amazing views the whole way up. On my way down decided to just head down the face. Shaved off about 45 min on the descent. But your legs pay for it. Both up and down it’s just intense boulder hopping. Great hike.

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Ryan Silakoski
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HikingGreat!Scramble

Phenomenal trail. Packed dirt the entire way up until the last hundred yards or so which then becomes a field of rock. Recommend making sure you've got good ankle support for this part. Trekking poles would definitely be a help for this trail given the steep grade both on the way up and down. Only saw one other person on the way up today and I stepped off around 930. On the way down though, there were about a half dozen groups coming up so go in the morning if you want to avoid others. Wild flowers were amazing. All in all, a little challenging to get to the trailhead (drive carefully as road is pretty narrow in places) but is well worth it.

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