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Jaclyn Killion
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HikingMuddyOver grown

Easy walk down. Gorgeous tide pools. Amazing experience. Hike up was awful. Lots of switch backs, stick to trail, easy to slip on the short cuts. Take lots of water. Lots of areas over grown as well.

Steve Ryan
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Hiking

The views are worth the effort. I also liked how this trail is setup because you hit bathrooms a couple different times. Also water spigots - so was able to cool myself/head. Trail is pretty well marked too but this app is helpful. Starting this trail was confusing; go to Visitor Center, look at the door, now look right - that’s the trailhead. You’ll do the spruce tree first, come back, then follow signs for Perpetua trail. I found parking but there isn’t much. Anyway, plenty of bathrooms. Visitor Center was closed too, FYI. And this is a “fee” area. Not sure on cost.

Steve Ryan
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Hiking

Tree is cool but don’t make it your only visit.

Misti Hartzell Jones
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Hiking

The walk is lovely, however there is NO compact sand, so be prepared for soft dune like sand on the beach portion. we cut off early (at the sign for the last parking area before the spit) and highly recommend the beautiful road back through the Salishan homes.

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Jake O.
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Trail in great shape. Few muddy spots where the trail crosses areas where water is draining into creek. Otherwise, dry and nice!

Kriss Spencer
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Hiking

Super easy.,.not a trail, but a paved path. Great views! Perfect for a stroller, Senior or someone who needs walking aids.

hiking utah
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we were there during a low-ish tide. it was absolutely stunning! I'm a desert rat, so ocean views are pretty new to me. this is probably my favorite land formation now. it's impressive and worth a stop. :)

Monty Smith
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HikingBugs

This is the only way to access the water at Crater Lake. There was plenty of parking and walking down to the lake was a breeze. Definitely wear your swimsuit down there, jumping in the freezing cold lake is exhilarating and should be mandatory! Coming back was a bit challenging , because we did the return climb late in the afternoon there were tons of large mosquitoes about. This is still a ‘must do’ if visiting Crater Lake!

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Alexa Varner
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HikingMuddy

Wow, this place was beautiful. Heading towards the lookout, the trail is a breeze (also muddy haha) with lots of good spots to stop and snag a photo. The hike back is perfect for cardio! Stunning vegetation/oceanic views for sure.

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Steve Ryan
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Hiking

The views are worth the effort. I also liked how this trail is setup because you hit bathrooms a couple different times. Also water spigots - so was able to cool myself/head. Trail is pretty well marked too but this app is helpful. Starting this trail was confusing; go to Visitor Center, look at the door, now look right - that’s the trailhead. You’ll do the spruce tree first, come back, then follow signs for Perpetua trail. I found parking but there isn’t much. Anyway, plenty of bathrooms. Visitor Center was closed too, FYI. And this is a “fee” area. Not sure on cost.

hiking utah
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beautiful! great place to stop and stretch your legs. it was busy, but not crowded.

Jed Winder
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Hiking

A must do at Crater Lake to get down to waters edge! Fun to swim with family.

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Maria K
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Walking

One of my favorite easy hikes..besides how windy it was the views and the caves were amazing!!

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Sandra H.
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HikingMuddy

Not my favorite hike. Way too muddy in several parts of the trail. The trail greenery was overgrown in some areas and not maintained.

Courtney Sams
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Hiking

Super well maintained heavily trafficked trail. The way down is fairly easy and there was plenty of parking available at the trailhead early in the morning. If you continue down the trail once you reach the water there are more secluded spots to climb down and swim from. The way up is strenuous but there are plenty of benches if you need some time to adjust to the altitude change. Bring lots of water. The facilities at the bottom are closed due to COVID.

James Korner
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Hiking

Wonderful trail that’s well maintained and the tree at the end is phenomenal

Kirk Gray
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HikingGreat!

Reasonably tough hike uphill, but worth it! Great views along the way, and lovely shady hike through beautiful Cape Perpetua forest.

Natalia D
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Hiking

Quick easy walk with a beautiful waterfall.

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Riya Sivakumar
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HikingBugsMuddy

Hiked this a few days ago, super pretty but VERY muddy. Good hiking shoes and an extra pair are a must. Got to the trailhead at 9am and was basically empty, however, it got super crowded on our way back. I’d say get there early and go on a weekday!

Isaac Duran
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HikingMuddy
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Lydia Heydlauff
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Hiking

Beautiful. Busy, but not too busy that it felt overcrowded. Plus, it’s a weekend! I’m sure week days are much more mild.

Michael Margolies
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Hiking

Didn't walk the whole beach, but kissing rock is a great place to stop and enjoy the Oregon coast. Can get pretty windy so bring a jacket! Water temp in the river is quite nice too.

Beck Lee Untalasco
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Hiking

This is a short trail but it is steep. Take it slow and watch your step. Once you get to the end, enjoy the view!

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April Napolitano
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extremely muddy & slippery steep hill to get down. I fell a lot on the way back up. it was scary. once you get to the bottom you have to climb over a huge rock to get to the beach. one slip & it would of been a long fall to my death. I'm in pretty good shape & hike a lot. This was a lot more challenging than expected. beach is pretty but nothing you cant see along the whole corridor with out all the trouble. I also came back with too many bug bites to count. deet didnt even work.

Sybil Boyter
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HikingScramble

The best part of this trail is the access to the basalt slabs that line the coast. At low tide there are lots of tide pools to explore.

Megan Vahaviolos
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Hiking

Very steep coming back up! Great leg workout. Put our hands and feet into crater lake and it was very refreshing!

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Maria K
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Walking

Nice walk with gorgeous views of the pacific

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Ben D.
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HikingGreat!Over grown

awesome trail. some ztrep sections but overall not too bad. a vouple overgrown zections but overall pretty wide and open. the views at the top are worth the effort.

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