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Attempt at own risk. Myself and a couple buddies (all experienced trail runners) gave this trail a shot this week, and it pushed me to my limits. It’s a vertical climb for the first half, and vertical climb as in climbing up and over rocks. Took me about 4.5 hours to complete whole thing. A couple parts of the trail are hard to see but pick up in the distance so keep a sharp eye out because water run off has caused some parts to look like the trail. Beautiful views but again one of the toughest trails I’ve attempted in a while

nice sand areas where you can go barefoot

hiking
15 hours ago

Be aware, the drive to this hike is very off road! I was on my crosstrek, and was very concerned. It went well, but just to inform! I wouldn't recommend driving there on sedan The hike was very nice, finished it on the lookout which was leaded thru the stairs. Also, be aware if you re afraid of heights, very high, windy, w/o much things to hold on to. But the views were amazing !!! Not many people there either Will be back in a year or so!

Hiked on a Saturday, started at 2PM. Great fall colors, and very limited traffic throughout the entirety of the hike. Pretty good views, but wouldn’t be my first choice if going purely for sightseeing. Overall a good exercise session in a great environment.

It was a nice hike. The view was beautiful but it was very hot and not much shade. The downhill part of the hill was very steep and slippery. I would recommend going counter clockwise.

hiking
16 hours ago

Did this trail today 10-19-19 It’s literally all uphill. Be prepared to have some sore hips haha. Took me an hour and 45mins to walk to the top. It’s absolutely beautiful up top. even while walking up it, if you turn around you get a great view the whole time.once ur a mile in. I loved this trail. Bring water! Was pretty chilly up at the top

Great hike! Did it with 3 kids and a dog! There are some beautiful fall trees this time of year. Beautiful view of both lakes! It’s an uphill climb, totally worth it! Want to try it again in the summer.

hiking
17 hours ago

Beautiful trail. Quite easy and lovely vistas. The fall colors were gorgeous. The only icky thing was the massive amount of dog poop at both sides of the trail as you begin. Seriously—pick up the poop, people. It’s not that hard. From the size of the poo it’s obvious these are large dogs and they come there quite often.

Gorgeous views! But quiet a lot longer than noted here, our trackers showed about 5.5 miles total. Also one spot along the way forks and is not well marked. Totally worth it though for the views! Just prepare for a few hours.

hiking
18 hours ago

Pretty easy hike for the most part. It is nice workout past half way through the trail with great place to relax on the end where creek creates a wonderful oasis to enjoy.

Very difficult to locate the start due to overgrown trail and poor markings.

That shit was hard, but I loved it!!!

hiking
18 hours ago

beautiful place I like .and walking was a wonderful experience

hiking
19 hours ago

Pretty amazing hike through the woods along the stream. Lovely views. Highly recommended.

the first half it's pretty easy to follow the trail. In between it gets a little tricky to see where the trail is going, but absolutely stunning foliage in the fall

mountain biking
19 hours ago

what a great bike ride.

hiking
19 hours ago

If you don’t mind seeing electric poles and wires it is a nice trail. I - however prefer many other Sedona trails/ views without that distraction.

beautiful!

on Potawatomi Trail

hiking
20 hours ago

Hiked the "southern" part of the trail yesterday (Fri., 10/18/19). Weather was good--sunny and cool. For most of the hike I was alone. Ran into a couple of hikers throughout and some mountain bikers later in the afternoon. Began my hike by Silver Lake and followed signposts 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 4, 5, and 7. My pedometer showed I hiked a total of a little over 11 miles. The trail was challenging with lots of roots, rocks, and some good hills. If you're older like me (I'm 70) I suggest you definitely consider using trekking poles. They really help on those uphills. The trail is in great shape and the scenery was nice. Blind Lake campground was a beautiful place to stop for a rest before the final leg of the hike. Enjoyed it a lot. Looking forward to doing the "northern" loop.

hiking
20 hours ago

We did this starting counter clockwise and it started off awesome. Little creek was gorgeous. But then a moment came when it’s very unclear what to do and we would have w been flummoxed if another group of hikers had not come from the opposite direction telling us it was “gnarly” “full of poison oak” and essentially they had waded through the stream. It was sad to see the trail so neglected but you are warned the trail is not maintained. It’s the understatement of the century. But if you want a fun story to tell people later this is your trail.

hiking
20 hours ago

Great hike, combined it with a portion of Line Shack and Serrano Cow to lengthen the hike. That combination had a few steep portions, but the viewpoint along Line Shack is worth it. Also the nature was awesome - a ton of woodpeckers, deers, and squirrels. Beware, there are a number of bikers on these paths. They were very respectful, but just gotta listen for them coming.

hiking
blowdown
bugs
off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
21 hours ago

hiking
muddy
no shade
rocky
21 hours ago

went today. windy, cold and rained but it was so worth it! took about two hours total.

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