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Beautiful trail, today it was a quiet and peaceful day, almost no other people arround. We only met some fishermen, and a bunch of teenagers enjoying nature within their tents.

Pretty easy hike, great little stream. when you take the turn up to Pittock Mansion be prepared for the incline. I've hiked this trail two times now. The first time I wasn't in the best shape so it was a nice burn. The second time I was in better shape so it wasn't as bad, but I powered up it and was out of breath by the time I got to the top because I was hiking up pretty quickly.

The first half a mile is where you get all your elevation. I would consider this a hard but short hike. Our dogs loved it! Definitely cloudy when we went, but we will be back on a sunny day just for Mt. Hood.

Very hot in August! Great for biking!

The grotto is beautiful!

Nice views, great for older kids to explore the geological offerings of the area!

Great family hike replete with cave and Bigfoot trap, great ending point at the peak after enjoying lunch and the views! I've hiked this 5 times...each time great...plus the lake is right around the corner for a swim after :)

Good trail system for families! Went in the Fall-very nice!

Strenuous! Great views...we went in August...too hot! I recommend going in Spring or Fall!

I am 50 years old had a heart attack in June of 2017. And we made it up and thru the whole trail. Don’t kid yourself, it’s difficult but beautiful. It was awsome

Beautiful hike, think the distance was about 8.5 miles, but certainly didn't feel like that when there's beautiful waterfalls to see so frequently. Some parts of the trail were pretty muddy, so my waterproof hiking boots were appreciated (leave the runners at home)

i love it...

Very quiet when I went. Lots of loops to choose from. Not very challenging at all and you share the trail with lots of bikers.

Wide open area at the top with fabulous views of Helens, Hood and Cascade Range. Lots of forests around the base with smooth dirt trails. A very nice new entrance with parking lots, bathrooms, water fountains, benches, information and sculptures. Trails range from paved, to gravel to dirt. Horse trails too so watch out for piles! Busy on nice days but so many trails to chose from!

I thought this was a great hike! So fun for the puppers and I. Beautiful scenery and very peaceful.

I only saw two other hikers, but it was a Monday morning. There were a few muddy obstacles but were easily overcome with proper waking sticks. I would like to try this hike again mid summer. There were a few patches of snow , mostly off the sides of the trail. The trail did cross the motorized roads a few times and could hear the atv as well. It took me about 4 hours with plenty of stops between. The falls were well worth the trip!

Love this place! So beautiful.

Pretty trail. A lot of people. A lot of unleashed dogs. Be prepared to do some ankle deep wading.

Nice trail but can't do it all this time of year (March) without waterproof boots (or a willingness to finish the hike with wet feet). About 1.2 miles in there is a 20 foot wide creek flowing into the Santiam that cannot be crossed without getting into the water. During the summer months this is likely a small stream that is easily crossed but not this time of year. You will also find a small stream earlier in the hike. We were able to find a log just a bit upstream to cross this one or our hike would have ended there. We are looking forward to finishing this one come summer.

The trails within the Browns ferry park were nice, but the trail does not extend west of there as presented in All Trails. There is a bridge style walk which continues west apparently but we couldn’t find a way to reach it. Very disappointing.

Beautiful views and great workout!

Amazing...pick a blue sky-day and enjoy the vulcanic history! Loved it

Gorgeous trail. Beautiful river vistas.

beautiful old forest. easy trail

7 days ago

Easy loop.

7 days ago

Hi! There is good river access and it’s a good hike for young kids. It’s a little muddy still at the beginning of March, but fun to see horses on the trail. (Noah, 9)

had a wonderful time with my daughters and my husband would definitely do it again we hiked the first week of March and got to hike up to the snow it was lots of fun

Beautiful easy stroll. A few small and one not as small river crossings.

A beautiful place to hike for the day

Decided to go out with my son and do some winter hiking. Headed up Sand Canyon and east toward highway. Left at all trail junctions back to parking lot. Three hours and a great hike. Plenty of snow on top 6-8"

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