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Hiking

I’ve lived in the area since 94 and have never done the trails. Did the (Blue) 3.9 mile one today with my 5 year old grand daughter. It was fun but a little confusing. We are going back tomorrow to do the other ones. We enjoyed it I just wish things were marked better, and maybe that the map you get gave more details so maybe you can at least pin point by the 20 bridge numbers where you are in your journey. As for this 7 mile trail, I’ve never heard of it and it surely isn’t marked on the map they give you.

Rachel Clark reviewed Long Point Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful view at the end of the trail. Nice and easy, good for kids. I saw bikers on the trail, although I believe they have to dismount after about 1 mile into the trail. This is also a good running trail for trail runners.

Tegan Zimmerman reviewed Mountain Lion Trail
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HikingGreat!

Fun and beautiful hike that also provides a great workout, mix of scenery, shade and sun, loved it

Nicole Batchelder reviewed Rolling Hills Creek Trail
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HikingGreat!

Trail has been freshly cleared! I was worried based on the recent reviews. It’s easy and would probably be a really sick mountain bike ride. Trail is mostly single track. You might as well ignore what few trail markers you come across..sure they are kind of there, but 0% of the time were the forks marked. Trail slinks by the creek for a good bit. Seems like it’s a usually low creek. Anyway, it doesn’t matter you’ll end up back at parking lot eventually... Parking lot had about 10 cars at 9:45 on a Thursday morning, but I didn’t see too many people. There are on leash and off leash trails, which is kind of cool. THERE’S also a cute fenced in area used as a dog park!

On the easy side of moderate. Well maintained by US Park Service, easy to follow, mostly shaded, no big view at the top. Perhaps better if combined with a visit to the Sandberg House, which is currently closed.

Rachel Clark reviewed Endless Wall Trail
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HikingRocky

Nice trail. Clean. Well marked. There were still plenty of people on the trail and the lot filled up fast, even during COVID times. Easy trail- good for kids. Not bad if you want to run portions of the trail, too.

Mirka Wilderer reviewed Navajo Loop and Queen's Garden Trail
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HikingGreat!

Amazing hike through this fairytale landscape - fun for the kids. Gets your heart pumping climbing up Wallstreet

Megan Alderson reviewed Muir Woods Trail
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Hiking

Lady bugs! Very crowded but worth it. Left off a star for crowds but the beauty is 5+!

Megan Alderson reviewed Taft Point and The Fissures
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HikingGreat!

I still get shivers thinking about standing on the precipice at the end of this trail. Incredible valley views from a great height.

Darby Zufall reviewed Mount Bierstadt Trail
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HikingGreat!

We got to the trailhead on Friday night. Around 10:30. We planned on camping in the parking lot but we were not expecting so many others to be doing that too. There were about 20 other cars there. Waking up the next morning at 4 am. We had about 20-25 people going about that same time too. The hike was really nice. Well marked. Starting early was great because we got up before it was too hot . We had our 2 dogs with us (this is their 4th 14er) and they did great! The top does get a little rocky but nothing crazy. We reached the top around 6:45 am. Missed the sun rise but it was gorgeous. There were about 20 people at the top with us but were able to see great views. On the way down we saw so many cars coming into the lot so we decided to count the people. From the top to reaching the parking lot 797 people passed us going up. I can’t emphasize enough to get there early if you want to go. Tons and tons and tons of people. But it is a beautiful hike. We were back to the parking lot around 9:10 am! Definitely a hike worth doing!

Leesa Briles reviewed Centerpoint to Goat Trail
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HikingGreat!Rocky

If your in the area, definitely do this trail, the views from the bluffs are phenomenal!!! I would only rate this as moderate... not a hard trail. I could see after a hard rain the trail could get muddy, the areas we had that had water in them also had a small trail paralleling the main trail as a by pass for the washed out areas. Watch for snakes!! On the walk back up about a half mile from the beginning of the trail a large (5ft) and as thick as a soda can timber rattler was just sun bathing in the middle of the trail.

Carl Bruner reviewed Wallace Falls Trail
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Hiking

Hike was great but too crowded for my taste. (Admittedly, is was a Saturday.)

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HikingGreat!

Tons of people when we did it in October 2019, but second half was less crowded. Like all of Yosemite, gorgeous, awe-inspiring and worth every step. Left off one star for crowds.

Caroline Rothaug reviewed Nine Corner Lake Trail
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HikingGreat!Muddy

A lovely, cool hike on a Thursday morning. Hardly anyone on the trail. I actually took the left fork and went beyond the spot where everyone swims to find a secluded and (at the time) uninhabited lake shore area.

Hana Rose reviewed Flat Rock Loop Trail
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This trail was really hard but really rewarding. Totally worth the uphill climb

Insta: stephens.oregon reviewed Triangulation Peak and Boca Cave Trail
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You'll go for the summit but stay for the cave! This hike is quite popular for a reason. Incredible views that won't disappoint but give yourself extra time to visit Boca!

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Love this short trail just for a quick hike in the morning time. It's essentially a dirt road the whole way with asphalt right at the beginning. The lookout looks like a castle so I've nicknamed this trail "PCTx172 to the castle" hike. The incline is really nice. You hardly feel it.

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Bird Watching

This trail was really nice, there were lots of other trails connected to it to explore as well. Plus we saw an owl!

Valerie Buitrago reviewed Upper Hillsborough Trail
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WalkingBugsNo shade

I enjoy this trail, and it is in a convenient location. The parking is decent, just be careful pulling in. The two river/creek locations I visited were beautiful and teeming with spawn . However, be aware there are what I believe to be horse flies and deer flies near the water sources. They will try to bite and then chase you for a while. I haven’t encountered any snakes or gators, luckily.

Kirsten Newcomb reviewed Rockland Breakwater Trail
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Hiking

Definitely stick clockwise like everyone else said! Beautiful views, not terribly crowded, got a bit turned around after the cairn at the summit (after Maidens cross) but not terribly lost.

Steverino Steverino reviewed James A. Reed Wildlife Memorial Loop
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Hiking

This area is being completely taken over by the invasive honeysuckle bush/tree. At times the only view is 20 ft of this invasive weed on each side of the trail. Very nice trail-conditions, easy, gravel, so very little mud.

Steve Hartig reviewed Embudito Canyon Loop
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HikingGreat!

Went on a Tuesday and left around 730 am going clockwise with our dog. Very nice hike. As others have said at times the trail is a little tricky but app did great. Only item was a bit of sun in the face for part of the hike up. Took us about three hours with a few stops along the way. Probably 2:30 just hiking.

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Hiking

I'm not sure the recommended route gives the best overall hiking experience. From the parking area I would take Fossil Way to the yellow trail and proceed in a counter clockwise loop. The views from High Point Cliff and Hang Glider's Cliff are fantastic.

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Matthew Rosoff reviewed Mirror Lake to Pacific Crest Trail
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Hiking

The last leg from pct to parking is very overgrown. Would not recommend attempting

Joey Britton reviewed Beaver Valley Loop
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Hiking

Big hills, rough terrain. Didn’t feel too comfortable walking the whole loop alone. Picturesque nevertheless.

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