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16 hours ago

I went counter clockwise - out the Rebel Rock Trail and back along Rebel Creek. Those first four miles were pretty unrelenting, but wanted to get all the climbing out of the way in the shortest distance possible. Great views at the top of Rebel Rock, Pyramid Mtn. and the surrounding area, but the trail could use some maintenance -mostly miles 4 to 6. Couple of nice streams feeding into Rebel Creek to soak your feet in on the way back in.

6 days ago

8 days ago

Trail isn't open as of 6-19. Mosquitoes are killer. Water is wet.

Good, easy hike. Beautiful falls! Beware of the mosquitos along the trail though. They were pretty bad!

9 days ago

14 days ago

14 days ago

No real complaints. views of the water, lots of greenery, had the trail to myself the whole time, did 5.5 miles in a couple hours. good way to pass time, trail is pretty flat, lightly trafficed.

A nice, fairly flat hike all things considered. Notable steep spots include getting to the base of salt creek falls, base of diamond creek falls (several portions of this section of path were washing out, including a built wooden bridge), but it doesn't hinder you from completing the loop. Follow the blue diamonds and the arrows and you should be just fine when considering navigation.
Cool cliff spots and waterfalls, not very many people past salt creek falls. Bathroom by the parking lot.

trail running
29 days ago

cross country skiing
1 month ago

This was absolutely breathtaking! I went with a group a few years ago in April! Gorgeous day, sun was out about 70° Beautiful snow. We hiked to the waterfall after cross country skiing it was amazing! It is a must do!! I've got to do it again someday soon!

1 month ago

This was a fun, easy, & beautiful hike! It was a bit muddy the day we went (5/17) but doable! The waterfall is breathtaking with so much to take in! Definitely recommended.

5/14/17 this trail is much longer than a 5.6 round-trip. According to FS.USDA.gov this is a 6.3mile (one way) trail. The first 3miles are pretty gentle. At around 3 miles the incline increases and is a steady climb. About 4 miles in the trail starts switch-backing with a good grade to it. I did 9.71miles (in-and-out) today and my tracker showed me 1-2miles from NF-101 before I had to turn back due to time. I will definitely do this one again when I can get an earlier start.