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A lot of people even on a Wednesday. Still pretty.

Stunning and challenging hike. Just got back and my legs are fried. The beginning starts off steep and gets you right into it. After that it's a bit of up and down until you get to the base of Grizzly. Its quite intimidating from the bottom, but oh so rewarding if you make it up the steep ascent. A bit of loose gravel and a little bit if scrambling will be well worth it if you have any energy left by that point.

This is a really nice hike. Not challenging, but it is a great way to beat the heat. It took us about 2.5 hours to get to Elephant Rock. It looks close but the trail winds in and out so it takes longer than you think. Lots of bikers!

hiking
9 hours ago

My girlfriend, 2 kids, and 2 dogs loved this trail. Well-shaded for the most part, nothing my 6-year old couldn't handle, but some older people did struggle a bit. The views are amazing and you might want to bring swimming trunks for Spud Lake at the end. It's breathtaking. Getting to the trailhead is an adventure itself tho. My lifted Chevy made it pretty easily, and there were even some cars at the trailhead. You will want to take that 2-3 mile stretch of road pretty slowly tho.

Really loved this trail! Was a little confused at trailhead on whether to go left or right...go up to the left! It's uphill most of the way, but there's plenty of beautiful spots to catch your breath, and the falls are worth it!

Hiked Lafayette last week with a friend. Started around 9:20 in the morning and was up on the summit of Little Haystack by 1 and Lafayette by 2 via the Falling Waters trail and then the AT. Strenuous hike up with a 30-40 lb. bag, but manageable nonetheless. Views on the summit are amazing, especially looking out at the Presidential Range. We decided to not do the traditional loop but instead took the Skookumchuck trail back down. We set up camp near a steam in the only area we could find a flat spot, and it was just enough for 2 sleeping bags and the tarp above us. Started again at 7 the next morning and made it back to the trailhead by 9:30. Definitely a recommended hike but be prepared for a good workout.

Overall a pretty steep hike. Great views with a stopping spot to check out the vista before you reach the top! TONS of black flies throughout the entire hike so be sure to pack bug spray!

hiking
10 hours ago

Shouldn't be call spruce creek. Should be label Continental Falls and Mohawk Lakes. Highly recommend skipping the loop and just off roading to the top of the "loop". If you can't, take the left loop out and back. The falls and lakes were incredible. Amazing views. Still a lot of snow at the lower lake. Didn't go to the upper lake. There's lot of trails so don't get lost. I used this app to keep me on the correct path. Fantastic hike. Highly recommended!

hiking
10 hours ago

Pretty nice trail with the exception of Dog ish everywhere, the first 1/4 of the hike basically smelled like crap the entire way, kind of annoying to go on a hike out in nature and have to smell that for so long, I guess that's what you get when you go on a dog friendly hike, lesson learned, won't be doing it again.

Nice hike for the littler ones. There were lots of dogs on and off leash that they got to pet, and a stream halfway through to splash in. there was a little uphill and downhill but the path was mostly paved so it was easy.

backpacking
11 hours ago

Hiked 6/17 for a one night backpacking trip. Steep and steady trail but very manageable. Water is always available. Only had to carry one liter at a time. Camped next to lake Florence. Much more secluded and quiet. Very busy trail with day hikers but at night it clears out. Only a few other campers. Views of the canyon and antelope island and the great salt lake!

on Ramona Falls Trail

11 hours ago

Absolute must do! Yup, gets steep and rocky towards the end, but trail is perfectly marked. Pathway can get tight in some places; can be problematic with in/out traffic. Take your time getting down to the flat rock from the trail near the falls...gets slicks/muddy -- use trees and branches to ease down. Did the hike on Father's Day '17, witnessed all demographics. Get out and do it!

hiking
11 hours ago