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muddy
rocky
5 days ago

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muddy
6 days ago

Lovely but foggy.

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muddy
rocky
6 days ago

Great trail conditions! explored a ton and was able to do it with friends.

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icy
10 days ago

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muddy
snow
11 days ago

Nice hike. A little muddy or snowy in places but easy to complete with normal hiking boots (even sneakers would be fine), overall the trail is in good condition. Probably not suitable for little children. It was a big foggy at the top but would be lovely on a clear day. Not sure why it’s rated “hard”, probably more suited to “moderate” rating.

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muddy
12 days ago

Trail was wet and muddy, but fine if you have the proper footwear. Some spots were especially slippery once you headed down off the main trail to the water. Even with these conditions it’s still a really quick out and back.

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closed
muddy
washed out
12 days ago

Rough trail this time of year.

hiking
18 days ago

Hiked up on 2/9/20. Perfect day with light winds. 1 icy spot on the trail nearing the summit, other than that, all the snow is gone. Had microspikes but didn't need them. The road from highway 26 was also in good condition. Great hike and views!

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snow
24 days ago

Such a fun trail! A good amount of snow but very beautiful, not tons of people on the trail which is always nice! Was able to jog a good amount of it, steep at parts but not too bad! The top gets really cold and windy. More ice toward the top but has amazing views and 360 views!

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icy
muddy
snow
26 days ago

We did this hike in July 2019. Our goal was to catch the sunrise after we got to the top so we started hiking at around 3:45 AM. It was totally worth it. Amazing view from the top! Challenges: 1) Finding the turn from the highway in the dark was hard 2) It was slippery in a few places towards the top with loose rocks. Good hiking shoes are a must

Hike on Friday, the 17th. Made it 90% of the way (where you leave the trees). Trail was hard to find, whiteout conditions and it looked like a good way to walk off the edge. Prior to stopping, we were in snow 3-4’. Still a beautiful hike!

had to turn back before we reached the trailhead because the road was too slick and icy. we were in a 4wd cross over. many people turned back. Saturday 1/18/20 9am

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blowdown
snow
1 month ago

Only ones on the trail this morning. Snowing hard but trail isn’t icy... we saw cougar tracks about a 1/4 mile away from summit and turned around.

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flooded
muddy
no shade
rocky
1 month ago

Wet hike, trail 2 miles up has a stream that follows the trail for a ways. Almost no tree cover from rain, winds high after leaving tree line.

Amazing. Best hike I’ve been on so far in Oregon

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blowdown
1 month ago

Steep but worth it. Just a couple of small blown down trees to navigate. The view is just out of this world. Even though the drive over was foggy and wet, by the time we got to the top we could see hood to one side and the pacific to the other

Great trail, one of the better trails I have taken in Pacific Northwest. Very well maintained, we had to climb just a couple of trees blocked the trail. Tip for photographers: take standard zoom lens, most likely you won’t need super wide or tele. Trail is Steep, make sure you are in good shape and can make 6 miles hikes with 2000 ft gain. That is at least 3 hours hike. Otherwise the views are amazing. You can see 5 cascades mountains from the top, left to right: Rainer, St Helens, Adams, Hood, Jefferson. Highly recommend it if you are in a good shape.

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