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Chrissy Zimmerman
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No shadeOff trailOver grown

This trail is a series of old forest service roads, some of which were overgrown and barely visible. We got lost twice, where the trail would diverge from the forest service roads. Near the end of the hike, the trail was completely lost, so we had to take the overgrown Forest Service Road 098 back to Forest Service Road 082. We did not see any wildlife, expect for a couple of squirrels. There were also no views from the trail. It was basically a dirt road with tall, dense trees on either side. If you do not have a phone on you with service or a GPS, you will get completely lost. I do not recommend this trail to anyone!

Alicia Dinkel
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HikingBugs
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Michelle Shainess
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HikingBugs

When hiking with small kids the first mile or two is only what we get to judge. Unfortunately the best view is of the falls near the parking lot and the first 1-2miles had very few views but SO many bugs we needed to cover head to toe to make it out. Good trail run, shaded but more removed from the river it’s hard to see the beautiful views.

Marcella Bolen
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HikingRocky
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michelle anderson
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Hiking

Hiked this beautiful trail today with my sister and her three children. Because of the recent rain, the animal tracks were easy to see. There were grizzly bear tracks everywhere. The tracks varied greatly in size—we assumed they were from a momma bear and her cubs. Carry bear spray.! Very gentle grade, lovely views, lots of birds, and even a fawn curled up in the grass Long hike but very enjoyable!

Shirley Orndorff
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Hiking

This was a nice easy nature hike. We enjoyed the view of the river. The mosquitos were not too bad.It was 4.5 miles in and out as we went past the waterfall and tree bench area. Nothing more to see beyond that. A few bikers rode by.

Kendra Fausett
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HikingMuddy

Very pretty and peaceful. We just did the Silver Lake loop on Memorial Day. The trail had some muddy spots because of rain from the weekend. Overall very pretty and very fun!

Tami Perez
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Hiking

Amazing hike today. Well marked. A little buggy by Golden Lake. Amazing to see two awesome lakes in one hike. Plenty of shade.

Brandon Byers
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Running

I was running with some inexperienced trail runners so I thought this would be a perfect distance/elevation and it did not disappoint! Rolling trail with a nice view the whole way and some nice areas to explore if you want to take the time. Good amount of shade and nice surface to run on.

Scott Jones
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HikingMuddyRocky

Beautiful heavily forested hike. Definitely some great vantage points from along the rim. There are ample opportunities to scramble down to the river bank. Lots of fly fishing going on along the River. Go about a quarter mile past the turnaround and find a sweet vantage point for a small waterfall across Henry’s Fork and a wood bench.

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Mariah Romero
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HikingMuddySnow

There was still quite a bit of snow on the ground but it was compact. We walked right on top without sinking in most places. Really muddy with it all melting. Very beautiful scenery with animals we could see around us. Definitely would go back with the snow gone!

Christopher Sauvageau
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Reminds me of Yellowstone! We saw lots of wildlife on the trail, but no bears. Trails are well marked. Don't miss out on seeing Henry's Fork

Abby Busscher
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HikingFeeSnow

Really nice trail- however, I wanted to do another trail but the trails and maps were poorly marked. Great setting and the trails were groomed really well, just wish the signs/maps were clearly defined.

Angie Rasmussen
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Hiking

Beautiful, peaceful trail. Saw lots of swans on the lake which really added another element of serenity to the experience. There’s several different loops you can take from the lake to “custom fit” the hike you want to do that day. I’ve been there in both summer and late fall (with snow on the trail and ice on the lake) and loved both seasons equally. Nature therapy at its best!

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Don Yeager
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Hiking

My wife and I are in our 60s and we hiked this trail on Oct. 16. 2019. The temperature warmed from the 30s to the 50s as we hiked. Most of the trail was quite muddy from recent snow but not too bad. This is a beautiful hike and we only saw 2 other people. Wonderful view from the top. We were not in a hurry and it took us about 3:45. Didn't see any wildlife except birds on Silver Lake.

Taylor H.
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Mountain biking

great trail. pulled my 3yr old daughter in our trailer with my mountain bike. also had my 8 yr old daughter on her bike.

Taylor H.
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Cross Country SkiingNo shade

great easy trail. I have done this trail in the summer and the winter on cross country skis. I always enjoy it.

John Mitchell
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Hiking

I wouldn’t drive all the way out here just for this. It’s a short, leisurely stroll, at best.

John Mitchell
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Hiking

Nice place for bird-watching and stretching the legs. Other than that.... yawn.

Zac Brown
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Hiking

A very nice simple trail. At times pretty narrow, but overall relaxing and simple. Great hike

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Brianna Nuttall
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HikingBugs

Harriman is a beautiful park, and this trail lets you get a view of the area. On a clear day, you get a beautiful sight of the Tetons as well. It looks like a great place to mountain bike and we want to come back with our bikes. Beautiful ponds but there are some mosquitos so bring bug spray. There is also a lot of horse poop so be aware of that, and there will be horses on the trail. A little bit rocky at the end but nothing too bothersome.

Steve Hanson
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Hiking

Trails much longer than all trails at shows. You can keep going for significant distance. Well-maintained, right next to the river, really pretty surroundings… Good times

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Megan Allen
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HikingBugsMuddy

This hike is beautiful, lots of wild flowers and beautiful scenery, lots of shade and the path is clear though narrow. I even saw a porcupine! The trail had a LOT of horse poop and bugs especially mosquitoes who seemed immune to my bug spray. I would recommend wearing pants and having water proof shoes of some kind.

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Blair Payne
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Hiking

This state park is fantastic!! As an out-of-towner, I was very impressed. You do have to pay a $5 entrance fee if you don’t have a year pass. There are a variety of trails and you can make this hike what you want from it. My favorite was that the trails were so clearly marked! There was a sign at every intersection. The staff was friendly, there were flush toilets at the visitor center (if drop ones freak you out), and the scenery was beautiful! No Mountain view’s, but amazing meadows and wildflowers!

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