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This definitely had some long uphill segments. But there were some pretty views at different points, which helped as a distraction. The trail is used by mountain bikers, and a couple of times I had bikers seemingly come flying past me out of nowhere. So, I’d recommend staying to the sides of the trail, just in case.

A very scenic easy trail. Did it counterclockwise, Rector connector trail to Big Park, then Courthouse Butte. There was a flute player on the backside of the courthouse which was awesome.

hiking
17 hours ago

This was a fairly easy hike. It was easy to follow the trail. The water fall was pretty much nonexistent but still fun. There are several good spots to do some rock scrambling. If you go counterclockwise the first part of the trail is a little steep and rocky but going up rocks is easier than hiking down on them.

hiking
muddy
over grown
rocky
17 hours ago

I really enjoyed it. I just wish it was longer. In my opinion, it's not really a mountain bike trail. It's more of a rugged, pure hiking trail. I took it in a clockwise direction. Be sure to get a map from the front office and take a compass so you don't lose the trail. I took the blue trail. It was marked pretty good.

hiking
no shade
17 hours ago

It’s a very easy trail! Really beautiful views of the city and the mountains.

horseback riding
rocky
18 hours ago

Fun trail, people were very considerate for horses, some parts get rocky, some creek crossings, first bridge at the bottom is narrow, second bridge was fine, trail was very clearly marked, look out for the two abandoned cars which were neat, very pretty with the fall leaves, I will be coming back!

Great trail, a little overgrown but very beautiful.

hiking
snow
18 hours ago

A must do trail here in Alaska. We had been up on rainy days with low visibility but today was the exception- clear and cold.. the views were gorgeous! The trail is wide, moderate grade and breathtaking views at the top. We hit light snow around 2200 feet, but just a dusting. It did a great job at keeping the mud at bay. Bonus- plenty of frozen blueberries along the trail. No signs of bears, or people for that matter..

mountain biking
18 hours ago

We do this one a few times a year never seems to get any easier! Lots of fun when it flattens out and the way down

This was a really great hike. The trail was kept up and marked well throughout. My dog and I got a good workout. I will definitely do this hike again.

running
19 hours ago

This is probably my favorite trail running spot. It’s a challenge to find the trail (starting from the campground entrance) - I always forget which left it is. Decent uphill to start, but flat for the majority of the hike. You’ll go through rhododendron thickets, over little streams with cool plant life. Don’t miss the right turn that loops back to the parking lot - if you stay straight, you’ll be on the Art Loeb for about 20 miles. No views of the mountains, but it’s nice being by the river (including one of my favorite swimming holes).

hiking
no shade
over grown
19 hours ago

I loved it. It so big. Most trails are closed off cz of overgrown trees, such a shame. I didn't really like the pavement build. Maybe cz i didn't expect it to be there. This is not for people who like hiking.. Its just a walk, no elevation whatsoever. Saw ducks and some birds.

Great hike with a steady up hill and great views! Take plenty of water and snacks to enjoy at the peak. Make sure you don’t miss the blow horn that echoes across the mountain. You’ll have fun!

Kid friendly

Hiked on Oct 12; amazing fall colors all along the trail.

Loved it here! However, it would be nice if this app would include specifically what trails their route includes. Most of the time we followed this map, however there were times we absolutely couldn't figure it out and we were off Trail. Ended up walking 7 to 8 miles rather than the 4.7 this app says the trail is because of that.

Great trail. Part of the road to the trail head is closed for winter so it adds to the overall length. Great views of the lake. 7/10 would hike again.

hiking
bugs
20 hours ago

Very nice, easy fall walk through the woods. Would definitely come back!

The trail was easy to get to, parking was a snap, bathrooms were GROSS but that's always a given. The hike itself is not bad at all. Great for beginners, very shady and just enough people spread out. The water feature of course is always beautiful.

hiking
20 hours ago

This was super confusing and trail just winds very tightly around so you can see other parts of the trail right next to you. It kept us busy but it was boring, in an industrial area and frustratingly unsatisfying overall for us

Amazing views ant the tunnel is spectacular. We found the road quite acceptable and there was no need for parking earlier. We drove a small suv, but with some care any car can reach it with no problem. This IS a dirt road so rain/snow can make things much more challenging quickly. Hike itself was beautiful, mostly very easy with some minor challenges. Very quiet, very wonderful.

Even with a very heavy fog, this hike was beautiful... have to visit again when sunny to see , what I hear are spectacular vitas..!

Easy...Flat Trail....Nice Walk.

mountain biking
20 hours ago

Great trail. The last section to the top is sketchy. It's a single track of loose and unsettled volcanic rock with a 100ft+ dropoff inches away. I wouldn't take my record as accurate. I broke my pinky at the begining of the trail. The start of the trail is signed as Kalama Snow Park. Take that trail, and you'll pass two three-way forks. Just keep going straight. The decent is on youtube @ "jake&benjamin's account"

hiking
20 hours ago

Plenty of bathrooms and drinking fountains. Enjoyable for both kids and adults. $3 entrance fee. Shade throughout from giant invasive Eucalyptus trees along with benches along the way for a rest stops.

Very nice trail, with lots of views. Great for a short weekend backpacking trip.

hiking
blowdown
scramble
washed out
21 hours ago

Many yellow blazes in woods!!!!! one tree had 8. But hardly any in street areas. lost trail several times. picked it up once behind a Sringfield school, thanks to my husband. Climbed over, around, and under large fallen trees. Trail missing dirt and rocks in places due to heavy rains this spring. Trail very narrow in spots. Did not expect steep hill climbs and descents. Do not recommend to folks who are not in very good physical condition. Smedley park part was fine!

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