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Alissa Margraf reviewed Warwick Path
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RunningGreat!

Great running path, well shaded, just under 3mile loop. I had been living in Warwick just over a year before I discovered this park, I like that it’s tucked back into a neighborhood so it’s not as heavily trafficked as some other parks, especially in the morning

Christian Calleri reviewed Brewster Peninsula Loop
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Hiking

Decent trail, once you get to the portion along the lake. It was crowded, though. Also, what has been allowed to happen along Route 86 is a disgrace - the ugliest sort of suburban placelessness, paved hellscape, it put me off for the trail to come. It was so depressing to pass through this crass destruction before getting to the trail.

Great views and only light traffic of hikers and mountains bikers. The views of Clear Lake and the river are amazing.

Rachel Meyer reviewed New Quarter Park MTB Trail
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HikingGreat!

Super fun trail

Don Krupens reviewed Elm Fork Greenbelt Trail
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Mountain biking

Bike and hike this trail a few times a week. The scenery is great. Various wildlife active throughout the year. Lots of armadillos in the spring along with wildflowers. Still green even in the August heat. Starting near the dam will provide about a mile of shade before the trail opens up to the sky.

Tatiana Greener reviewed Prairie Lake to Miner Lake Loop Trail
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HikingGreat!

I think I was the only one this day to do Miner to Prairie loop. Most everyone went the other way. Miner was very peaceful and I had it to myself. A very nice trail and I felt like I truly was in the forest. Very few animals though. I chipmunk, 2 squirrels and a bunch of birds. No bugs. Multiple water crossings.

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Hiking

Awesome trail. So many options! I personally hate fire roads for trail running so avoid center road. I started at the Pulaski State Park parking lot and took orange to red to orange to blue dot for a nice 5.5 run. No people and very few bugs. Love it!

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Steven N. reviewed Dillon Reservoir Loop
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Road bikingGreat!

Great ride! Visiting from Utah, primarily mountain bike, but wow was this a beautiful paved ride. We rode clockwise, starting with the climb on our commuter bikes. My 6 year old was able to complete, with a little crying, slow pace, and encouragement of passers by. My wife was towing our 4 year old and I had our 14 month old on the back of my bike. The downhill on the road was a little unnerving with our 6-year-old, but overall highly recommend. Views are incredible.

Jasmine Medina reviewed Schabarum Trail
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WalkingGreat!No shade

The trail was clean except for multiple bags of dog poop. Great views!

Stefanie Groß reviewed Breckenridge Peak 8 Trail
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HikingGreat!No shadeRockyScrambleSnow

This was a very hard trail. Incredibly steep in some places. Going up was fine and tough, but going down was a nightmare. Luckily I’m good with my foot placement, but my pal fell about 20 times. The rocks slip out beneath you, and the ground is slick even in the best parts if you’re not careful. Would recommend going with a friend. Beautiful view. Worth it.

Samantha Bejarano reviewed Cerro Alto Trail Loop
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Hiking

This hike was beautiful!! Definitely a must do! Mile one and two are moderate and mile three is straight uphill! Our group questioned finishing the hike but was worth the struggle! Position oak everywhere and recommend wear hiking boots. The gps watch clocked in at five miles. The views were 360 and a great flat top to enjoy lunch and beer if your into that sort of thing!

Stephanie Dehn reviewed Tongue River Canyon
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HikingBugsRocky

70% of the trail is in direct sunlight so keep that in mind if you plan on bringing your dogs. Very rocky so wear appropriate shoes. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash, there are people with horses and bikes on the trail. Lots of amazing views and the river was stunning, totally worth the trip!

Gordon B. reviewed Sagehen Creek Trail
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HikingGreat!

Nice beginner hike with young kids who can stand walking the ~6 miles. Not the most scenic trail, however the lower elevation (vs Lake Tahoe) and flat terrain make for a mellow walk. Bring plenty of water as there is limited shade at times. Presently the reservoir is very low so there's opportunity to explore the dried mudflats. Getting to the waters edge does require an additional half mile walk as a result. Beware! About midway there is rusted barbed wire not far off trail laying on the ground. Easy to miss and can be hazardous to dogs and children.

Ryan IG @Anderson.outdoors reviewed Top of the World Trail
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OHV/Off Road DrivingRocky

Not an easy trail. If you’re in a Rzr maybe easier. I’m in a Jeep Sahara with 33’s and stock lift. There are a few bypasses but most of the last few miles I would consider extreme. Huge drops and boulders. I’ll try it again when I get a lift and some 35’s. Lockers would also help. Beautiful view ! Took us about 7 hours.

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HikingGreat!Rocky

Lots of wildlife and friendly hikers/bikers. Beautiful trail with lots of trees and lovely views. Definitely a harder moderate for beginners but doable. Lots of joggers! I commend y'all! haha

Margo K. reviewed Deep Creek Loop Trail
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Hiking

Even though I read multiple reviews stating that the trail is easy to get lost on, as it is a bunch of trails connecting without proper signage, did it anyway- everyone was right! There were so many unmarked forks in the trail that I had to spend half the time looking down at my phone GPS, which isn't a fun way to spend a hike. I wouldn't recommend this trail.

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HikingGreat!
Lauren Wooldridge reviewed Browns Creek Waterfall Trail
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HikingGreat!Rocky

This was an amazing hike! We went on an August afternoon with our dog, and the parking lot was only a quarter full. The waypoint description here is spot on and so helpful so definitely use as your guide! You get most of your uphill climbing done within the first half of the hike to the Falls (miles 1-1.5ish) and then reward yourself with a bit flatter ground, tree shade and lots of refreshing creek crossings! That first half to the falls is a lot hotter and drier so we echo other reviews to make sure you have some water for you and your dog. It’s not too bad though and really worth it! This part is a little rocky/sandy/dusty so we would recommend closed toed shoes but savvy hikers could probably handle sandals. Once you hit the first creek crossing, the opportunities for clear, cold water breaks are plentiful and wonderful! We recommend bringing clothes/swimsuit to dunk yourself in the falls or the creek! This hike has everything — amazing views of some awesome peaks, forest, creeks/clear water, open meadows with some wildflowers and birds and an awesome waterfall at the end! Our dog loved this hike as well. One thing to watch out for if you have your dog off leash is that horses also use this trail so we made sure to be on the lookout for them since we saw the horse trailer in the parking lot. We hope to come back and camp in one of the many spots next time! Definitely recommend if in the area.

Liz Gonzalez reviewed Alexander Deussen Park Perimeter
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HikingGreat!

Safe, clean and easy

Nitin P. reviewed Aptos Rancho Trail
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HikingFeeGreat!

It was fantastic trails. There is a heatwave all over Bay Area but The Forest of Nisene Marks State Park had 72 temp with breeze. It was a great trip.

Jimena Diaz reviewed Copper Pit Overlook
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it's not a hiking trail, is a dust road that finish in a view point to see the open pit. You can drive to get there.

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