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hiking
8 hours ago

This was a nice short hike. Good views at the top. There is a junction after about 0.7 miles up the trail directing hikers to the right for Mount June and the left for Starvation ridge . The sign says the summit is after 0.5 miles. That is wrong. It's closer to 0.7, however there will be a clearing at 0.5, stay on the trail to the left. This section is straight up but did it with an almost 4 year old on my back. Directions from all trails did not work. There were closed gates.

Loved it! Water is freezing and not enjoyable at all to swim in, but the scenery is breath taking and worth it. This trail has many rocks and some roots in the path so you have to constantly look where you are going so you do not trip. The hardest part of it is when you want to access the blue pool; you have to climb up rocks and go down (very steep) to get to it. A group of us went on a sunday and the crowd and it was not overly crowded. We went from Tamolitch trail head up to the pool and back. Parking fills up fast so carpooling would be wise. Also, watch where you park, a member in our group got a ticket for parking in the no parking zone (we did not see the signs because other people parked there and were blocking it- the no parking zone was located directly across where the trail starts).

9 hours ago

hiking
9 hours ago

The view was breathtaking and it could easily be one of my top 5 Oregon coast hikes. I highly recommend.

Beautiful trail! Great for a solid workout too! Kept decent pace, slowed down a bit near the end. Made it to the burn and back on about 2.5 hours. About 5.5 miles in, there is a bit of overgrowth and a few trees down, but seem easy to climb over if you want to keep going. Will definitely do this again!

hiking
9 hours ago

Gorgeous trail! I went on a Friday afternoon and saw nobody else, so be aware of that! made it about 2 miles in and found a nice little waterfall with pool to cool off in. Will definitely do it again!

very beautiful

Really hot and long to do in July. Probably better in a cooler season.

geocaching
10 hours ago

Nice walk, pretty falls, a lot of down trees and fun to walk across them.... just to many people for my liking.

Amazing scenery with tons of wild flowers and fantastic views. We went all the way to heart lake and went for a swim. the trail is super steep!!

Great trail for beginners!

hiking
10 hours ago

Great hike, pretty easy until the last 0.8 miles when you start some switchbacks. Bushes are overgrown onto the trail wish I would have worn pants. The views we phenomenal!

We hiked this with our 13 and 11 year olds, plus a dog. We all had a fantastic time. It's a moderate hike with some switchbacks in the last mile, with two lakes at the end. Don't stop at the first one or you'll miss the bigger and better one! The rangers greeting us at the beginning and end were great. Btw - bring $5 for parking!

So has anyone in town done this walk recently? I ask because the directions took me to a field across from Crescent Valley High school.... I haven't done this trail in a few years, but the road I thought it was on now says it's privately owned and to park in the McDonald Forrest parking lot. so is this still a trail if so can someone give me better directions?

hiking
11 hours ago

Check weather first.