Explore the most popular Local Parks in United States with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
bugs
5 hours ago

I absolutely love this trail. I’ve hiked here multiple times.. such a beautiful view of riverside county. Park your vehicle at the park & hike up to trail.. don’t let anything important in your car.. this is a great trail for all levels . It’s paved so ppl can bring their strollers , wheelchairs .. especially if you are hiking with small children & elderly. I’d suggest go early morning or sunset to me those are my most favorite times.Plenty if room for park at the city park down the street. Only advice is pack snacks & water and sunblock depending the time frame you are hiking . They offer rock climbing and the more rocky & edgy if you are looking for a challenge. The views at the top were beautiful !

hiking
6 hours ago

Love this hiking and it was super easy and so you will see majority of people will come to hiking with their s. It was amazing with small waterfalls in the between and at the end of the trails, you will arrive to Waterfall and it was so amazing.

It was the great hiking for those who enjoy outdoor and under sun especially. There are two different hiking trails which are easy and sort of moderate hiking. Overall, when you get to top of the mountain, you will get to see the breathtaking view of the whole LA and even to the Hollywood Sign. Overall, great hiking ! Note: Please make sure to apply Sunscreen

hiking
bugs
7 hours ago

This is one of my favorite local spots. It’s a nice trail through the woods for all skill levels and not too short. Just keep track of the trail signs or you could easily end up on another trail/mnt bike trail. Great if you’re local and want to get out for a quick hike but don’t have tons of time to burn.

Great multi day backpacking trip... July brings the alpine meadows ... really stunning

Nice loop that runs along the Shepaug River for the first half, and goes further into the woods/uphill for the second half. The only disappointment was that the summit was closed for nesting animals, but this was well-marked and it was easy to continue on the trail skipping that part. The entire trail was very well blazed and clear for easy travel. The trail up until the footbridge should be doable for all skill levels; it’s only the latter half that’s a bit of a hike. :)

hiking
8 hours ago

Dogs loved being off leash to explore. If walking on the unsaved side rather than the paved side mind the trails that veer to the left about half mile down as there is a trafficked road. The last .2 is washed out so there is potentially lose your footing. Overall, when on the unsaved side, it’s a great way to ‘escape’ the city and the dogs love it.

My kids loved this trail and having the creeks to get out and play in surely help!

beautiful! easy walk, yet steep in some places. However, it's manageable; saw a lot of kids and my teenagers were fine.

hiking
8 hours ago

Great hiking trail with several creek crossings for the kids to play. I would say it’s closer to 3.2 miles. We have 6 kids and they all really enjoyed it.

hiking
muddy
8 hours ago

Nice hike! Very hot in the sun without much shade. So many different trails that it was hard to stick to this map, but still found my way to the Hollywood sign without problem. I probably won’t be doing it again any time soon.

hiking
8 hours ago

There are so many trails to hike! I have been hiking here for two years, and I am still exploring and finding new places :)

Mommy of 5- 3 of them in a stroller. 2 on bikes. PROS: clean smooth pavement, friendly people, dog friendly, plenty parks along the way, right amount of shade and sun, no huge inclines, runs along the water CONS: very crowded. Do not let your kids out of strollers cause there are a lot of bikers. Try to remember some people are there to stroll not a brisk walk, jog, run, or bike so you may need to shout “on your left..” OVERALL: I have walked the trail from 3500s through 7000s (not all at once) we walk this trail at least 1x a week. By far my favorite. LIKELIHOOD OF RETURNING: high

Good for a quick run or walk.

hiking
no shade
9 hours ago

Great way to workout and train for long distance hiking during these times! The stairs are across the street from the park up the hillside. Besides there being little shade, I would recommend.

Great workout and one of the best places to catch sunset and city lights in the Valley

hiking
muddy
9 hours ago

With such a high rating, I really expected more from this trail. My experience was (at times) ankle deep mud, and walking through spider webs every few feet. There really wasn’t much to see. I’m kind of bummed, because I really wanted to like this trail! I didn’t see a single soul while I was on the trail, which is a plus. I’m sure I’ll try it again at some point, and maybe my experience will be different.

5/26/2020. Nice easy hike. Lots of bugs and a little muddy. Would recommend.

I used to love this trail before quarantine. I would go on weekdays and see less than a dozen other people. Since it’s been reopened there are more people here than ever before, and barely any of them wear face masks. Groups of people, blasting music, taking up the entire trail and not staying 6 feet away. Litter everywhere. It’s obnoxious and nothing is being done about it. I won’t be returning until quarantine is over and the obnoxious amateurs go back to whatever they were doing before.

hiking
10 hours ago

Good trail, nice for a relatively easy walk. Lots of birds to look at. Great benches along the way to rest at. Lots of picnic areas!

hiking
10 hours ago

So much harder than I remember haha. 2 hours up, 1.25 hours down. Beautiful! Still one of my favorite hikes in Provo!

By far one of the prettiest hikes I have done in the front range. Enchanted is the right word for this trail! I am dropping a star because the amount of mtn bikers on this trail is absolutely ridiculous. I am more than happy to share trail, but for a single track/narrow trail, we had to step aside literally every 5 mins and it gets a little frustrating. We would have made it back to the TH 30mins early if it wasn’t for all the stepping aside. Overall it is a really great moderate trail, I would probably go back on a weekday morning when there’s less mtn bike traffic.

hiking
bugs
muddy
over grown
10 hours ago

To access this trail park in the lot next to the Frazee House once in the parking lot walk back towards the road and the trailhead will be on your left. The blazes with the salamander looking icon appeared to mark this trail. Once you enter the woods you will quickly see where the loop begins. We chose to walk clockwise as per requested by the parks. The trail starts off following the sagamore creek. There are deep muddy sections from the start and throughout the trail but more prominent during the lower terrain. Around a mile in you will have to cross the creek for the first time, the water was high so we were unable to find a place where our boots would not get super wet. Once across the creek the views of it continue until about 1.3 miles in where you can make the decision to take the path on your right up a hill to make the loop shorter (about 3 miles) or cross the creek on your left again to continue on the longer loop. We chose to cross again since we had already got our boots wet. After you cross you will ascend up the hillside gradually and this will be the only “big climb” of the hike. Once it levels out continue the path right where it appears to spilt without trail blazes behind some house. Then you will walk through an opening and back into woods which will ultimately end you up in parking lot usually used for the bike and hike trail, here you will follow the blazes to walk along the bike and hike trail shortly. On your right there will be a trail sign with the salamander and Linda falls trail marking. Continue down the trail and about another .5 or so in you will come Linda Falls (also you will pass the short loop exit so you will still see the falls if you choose the shorter route). After the falls the trail is very easy until you descend back to creek level. This part was not fun! Very overgrown and swampy having to duck under trees and overgrown shrubs and then decide if you continue to try to follow a “trail” or head to Sagamore Rd and Valleyview Rd to finish the hike. Overall, there was some nice scenery but I would recommend hiking clockwise until you get to the falls then backtrack down the short cut to return back on the side you started to avoid the rough exit of the loop.

mountain biking
rocky
10 hours ago

Awesome trail the beginning is pretty technical and then it opens up a bit but gets technical again. I think after you do it a few times it’ll be easier but definitely some spots I needed to walk over obstacles but nothing crazy. Also the second half on the trail road is all downhill and fast so be careful loose gravel. This app is awesome for keeping you in point. Cheers!

walking
10 hours ago

Warm pleasant night. Lots of people out and about.

hiking
10 hours ago

Beautiful trail at the end you can see the beautiful view , little hard for under 5 kids ,the parking lot was pack with bikers and groups of people , also only few people wearing mask and respect social distances, there is no bathrooms right now , because the office for the Bears Den is close , but at the end it was ok

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