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Miranda Brenna reviewed Mill Creek Trail
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Aaron Y. reviewed Mill Creek Trail
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Running

Olivia Chinn (see comment below) took Griffin from his home in the valley. He belongs to a wonderful and sweet couple that live at the trailhead. He often roams around by himself, and sometimes joins us on our runs. He should NOT have been taken and removed from his home. We will be contacting the Humane Society tomorrow to ensure that Griffin wasn’t given away to another family due to the actions of Ms. Chinn.

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Kay Winters reviewed Mill Creek Trail
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Hiking

Trail was snowy and icy in the shade. Could have used traction device. Took a detour after we crossed the bridge and saw the new Cow Creek sign. Up in the sunshine! Amazing views. Great day out there.

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Carolyn White reviewed Blodgett Canyon to Waterfall
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HikingGreat!

WOW in the snow ! I hiked it back in AUG and it was a different kind of experience. I liked it even better in deep snow Sat though we parked 1.5 mi from trailhead and walked in just to be sure we wouldn’t get stuck as we saw another car do. When we did it in Aug you had to watch footing as it was very rocky, in deep snow it was pure joy!

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Kay Winters reviewed Camas Lake Trail
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Hiking

Many blow downs from last weeks wind. Sunny start but clouds rolled in by the time we got to the lake. Snowy!

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Jackie Day reviewed Blodgett Canyon to Waterfall
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Annette Wagner reviewed Sheafman Creek Trail
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Beautiful hike. Still lots of trees across the trail in the first mile. We didn’t make it more than a couple miles as a major storm was rolling in, but enough that I know I’d like to back and hike further.

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john sullivan reviewed Mill Creek Trail
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Hiking

Nice casual hike.

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HikingGreat!

Stunning and surreal. The footing can require a lot of attention, but take the time to look up around you! It’s one of those trails where it’s not the destination, but the journey. Enjoy it!

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Melissa Campbell reviewed Blodgett Canyon to Waterfall
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HikingMuddyRocky

Great hike and views and fairly easy for experienced hikers. As we were leaving traffic on the trail picked up. Just a friendly reminder that if your dog(s) can’t be controlled verbally, they should probably remain on a leash.

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john sullivan reviewed Canyon Lake Trail
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Hiking

It was a great hike. The last 1.5 mile is definitely no joke. Loved the views.

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Tim Perkins reviewed Blodgett Canyon to Waterfall
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Mr. Tight Jeans reviewed Mill Creek Trail
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Ariel Esser reviewed Canyon Lake Trail
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HikingScramble

This was the longest day hike I’ve ever done, so I found it quite challenging. As with other alpine lakes, be very careful leaving the summit, it’s very easy to lose the trail. Which I did, and I made the mistake of scrambling and bushwhacking my way back to the steep section of trail, don’t be stupid like me. Nice that it’s an easy to access trailhead and not a long drive up a FS road, just come prepared to hike.

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Jennifer Rooney reviewed Camas Lake Trail
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HikingGreat!Muddy

It was a little tricky to find. Apple Maps said to park the car and walk, but it was definitely a keep driving moment! When I did arrive, however it was clearly marked. The trail itself is easy to follow, starts out as easy, ends easy, but moderate through the middle portion. The end is phenomenal. What a beautiful mountain lake view!! One of my favorite hikes so far. We went on a Monday and there was no one else on the trail. It took my dog and I 2.5 hours to complete. Fast downhill walk back. 6 miles on my Apple Watch.

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Lauren VonWiegen reviewed Blodgett Canyon to Waterfall
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Definitely go the extra .5 miles to the upper falls!

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Amy Carroll reviewed Blodgett Canyon to Waterfall
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Hiking

Fabulous! I definitely suggest going to the upper falls about 0.5 miles from the first falls. Worth it!

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Ashley Weaver reviewed Blodgett Canyon to Waterfall
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RunningRocky

Great trail but very rocky and slow going in some parts. Not too busy for a beautiful fall Sunday afternoon. A few trees down across the trail but nothing you can’t go over or under. There are lower falls and upper falls though so once you hit where this app tells you it’s the end keep going up about a half mile more and you will see the bigger upper falls. You’ll be just under 4.9 miles to that point! Little wet in some spots but it’s a GORGEOUS hike.

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Hiking

Didn’t make it to falls. The part I had time for was beautiful. Fall colors coming in

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Thomas Kallmeyer reviewed Camas Lake Trail
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Tom Mansfield reviewed Blodgett Canyon to Waterfall
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George M Hansen reviewed Blodgett Canyon to Waterfall
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Sadie Hansen reviewed Canyon Lake Trail
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Backpacking

My absolute favorite trail! The last 1.5 miles is tough.. but the climb is worth it. The lake is low due to construction, but I still caught a lot of fish. I camped for two nights at the lake and enjoyed every minute of it. If you are looking for a hard hike and great views, I would definitely recommend it.

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Reece Lott reviewed Sheafman Creek Trail
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BackpackingGreat!Rocky

Great trail. No bugs, lots of shade, lakes were cold. First mile was the steepest grade, flat from there on out.

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Jenna McCrorie reviewed Canyon Lake Trail
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This trail is a great one, but that last 1.5 miles is definitely a grunt! There is also a construction crew up at the lake doing some repairs on the dam right now...they have some tents set up with all of their gear, and some of it is right on the trail wrapping around the lake (just be forewarned). The water is also drawn down quite a bit so that they can do their repairs so the lake is quite a bit smaller than it would be earlier in the summer! All that being said, the views in the canyon and the views at the lake are incredible; especially when you get to the slab section of the trail! Pretty spectacular.

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Carolyn White reviewed Canyon Lake Trail
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Fishing

Serious workout would definitely do it again. The lake dam was exactly 5 miles and we had no issue staying on trail, yes it does get little strenuous at the 4 to 4.5 mile, the last .5 is downhill to the lake. No problem staying on trail going. We packed lunch (thankfully and plenty of water!) and a couple fishing poles and caught lots of smallish trout with one spinning rod using a “super duper” and one fly rod, both worked equally well (catch and release). Did this in Aug on a perfect slightly cloudy day, amazingly no smoke from CA fires and had a little bit of rain on the way up. Since we didn’t know and had read all the reviews we took our time going and it was a little over 3 hrs to the dam of the lake. However, we got after it on the way back and did it in 2:40. We only saw 2 other people the entire day and had the lake to ourselves which was wonderful. We get it when the reviews say it’s easy to get disoriented finding the trail after leaving the lake! There are rock cairns and pink trail tape in the wrong area! Don’t veer to the right when you leave the dam. You need to stay left and be on the left side of that rock wall to find the trail. We were surprised we started off wrong as so many people had said they did the same, it’s easy to do as there is a trail going to the right and it’s incorrectly marked ..Stay left after leaving dam. That first mile going back is a challenge especially with a little mud on the trail. What I like about this canyon trail is there’s never a life and death drop off it’s just a great workout. Even on the way “down” there’s plenty of ups to keep you working and give the knees a break. We were happy to do a guided fishing trip (in a boat) the day after this hike, I will put it that way.

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