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20 hours ago

My best friend & I took her puppy on a hike here & to say it was absolutely breathtaking is an understatement. I’d wear a couple layers because it can get really cold on the hike. Keep young kids close to you because the whole trail is a drop off but the hike is gorgeous with endless views. The waterfall at the end is absolutely insane! I can’t wait to go again.

1 day ago

Lots of fenced in dogs that annoy my dog on a walk. Very easy. Well lit.

1 day ago

Good place for fossils

1 day ago

Beautiful trails with paved paths for easier trekking or head into the hills for more of a climb. A little muddy this season but still amazing! Not crowded and plenty of space/trails for roaming. Parking is tight on nice days but I’ve always managed to find a spot. One of my all time favorite hikes! Recently identified the Oak mistletoe which is a native plant species.

Awesome trail through the woods with lots of up and down hills. Numerous musical small waterfall. Huge trees. Pretty, pretty.

Meh. Did it counterclockwise. A combination of old logging roads, clear cuts, power lines and such. You get the idea. Not so nice. I concur the backside is a bit of a maze. There are much better options out there.

private property
washed out
2 days ago

This is a trail from a parking lot to a beach, a beach walk, and a return through private property (Worldmark). If you are looking for beach access, have at it. The “trail” noted here is partially closed due to erosion. Don’t go out of your way. :-)

over grown
2 days ago

Second take at this hike, and again, I forgot to start recording at the beginning! Ended up doing it backwards once I made it to the Wildwood/FR15 intersection. Worked out nicely, though the incline on the return was brutal.

2 days ago

Hiked 12/4 got there at 7 was no one else there and only saw one other on the trail love the Xmas lights at the cafe..

2 days ago

A beach walk that offers views of seals at the very end of the spit. Keep a respectful distance! I recommend walking back on the river side of the spit for a better view of the wildlife. Eventually the river side turns into a small road.

2 days ago

Great hike! A bit steep on the way up but that just made it easier on the way down. Gorgeous views, even in November.

nice clean trail system in a city park. lots of trees and 3 reservoirs.

Pretty pretty

bridge out
2 days ago

the trail looked so beautiful with all the leaves falling and changing colors. it was wet when we went since it was raining on and off. we were the only ones there that day, which I didnt mind because it was nice having it all to yourself. there is a paid parking area but you can also park on the side of the road too. it's a super easy trail and the scenery makes for some amazing pictures.

no shade
private property
2 days ago

it's a bit wet and muddy but it's to be expected. parking is very limited but it's a nice place located in downtown to hike.

a bit muddy but that's a given considering it is to a waterfall. I'd bring extra towels in case you have a dog that likes to play in the water. the hike itself wasnt difficult but every now and then I had no idea which way I was supposed to go. luckly we were in a group and got that sorted out. go early in the morning to ensure you get a parking spot as well as beating the crowds. when we were leaving there were cars backed up on the road just trying to get a spot to park at. it's an easy ish hike but if you're a slow Walker like me it'll kill a lot of time.

this is one of my favorite areas because of how much parking is available so you are always guaranteed a spot. it's a nice break from the city and it's the perfect place to take a stroll. it's very well maintained and some times there can be a lot of people but since it's so big you're usually by yourself for a good part.

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