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Nice views of Three Finger Jack, easily hike to the lake.

hiking
5 hours ago

Loved this. Easy hike beautiful scenery. Perfect spot for an eno

Loved this trinity of waterfalls

Very wet, bushy, and shrubbery. Only good for water sports. Not worth walking the trail. I'm sure there's poison ivy and ticks. Got really muddy on the shore.

This trail was only "moderate" because of all of the fallen trees we had to climb over/under/around. The first half is pretty tame switchbacks and the rest is super flat. However, massive patches of snow made the trail a little confusing about a third of the way through, so make sure you pay attention to your GPS. Amazing views of Mt. Hood at the end, but the shorter trail that meets this one about .25 miles from the end point might be a better bet while there's still snow and fallen trees on the path.

hiking
6 hours ago

varied type of trail - from paved to volcanic to a peaceful forest hike. I enjoyed it . The scenery is beautiful and it didn't seem heavily traveled.

backpacking
6 hours ago

Got a little lost on the southeast sharp turn. Must have missed the sign as I ended up on a little trail which wandered all over...had to bushwhack down to the main trail. Otherwise, a good hike. The north side was lush and cool.

UPDATE FROM PREVIOUS POSTS --- the road is now open all the way to the trailhead. The concrete barriers 1.5 miles from trailhead are gone. The potholes in the road are fixed and it takes you to Golden and Silver State Park very near the falls. Picnic tables, fairly clean outhouse, and plenty of parking. This is no longer a 4.2 mile out and back, unless you want to walk on a gravel road instead of drive. At trailhead, about half mile or less to Silver Falls (the more spectacular of the two), and about one third mile to Golden Falls. Very easy hike suitable for kids and elder. Great scenery including old growth trees.

hiking
6 hours ago

Love it! But watch out for all the roots!

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Hiked July 4th last year, reasonable crowded for the time but not stuffed best view hike I have been on in Oregon so far and I couldn't expect much better. Watch out for bees, they don't appear to sting but are very annoying, even found one buzzing around at the summit. It was still snowy for a good portion of the mountain in early July but still easily hike able considering the elevation change.

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9 hours ago