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hiking
16 hours ago

Went with my sister 2 days after the season's first big snowfall. Easy to find trailhead thanks to AllTrails' directions sent to phone! : ) Us Midwesterners were on vacation in Utah and looking for a good winter hike -- this fit the bill. Steady uphill with scenic views of White Pine Lake and watershed, plus snowcapped mountains and ridges. Muddy conditions were exacerbated due to fat-tire motorbikers, but otherwise a great trail.

hiking
17 hours ago

great geology to share with kids here! lava beds turn into navajo sandstone & the arch is very cool.

Amazing trail, hard! But the views and sitting at the edge eating lunch made it all worth it.

This is a beautiful hike with amazing views.

I give this only 3 stars based on several factors. For solitude it rates a five. For being well-maintained I give it a one point five. It is very difficult to follow in the Big Willow forested area. Once out of the forest the bushes have nearly overtaken many portions of the trail. I call it trail- oriented bushwhacking. The views are a four if you make it into the Big Willow drainage. I have been up this trail 25 times + and it is still often difficult to stay on it. Someone has put red metal markers on key trees and those help. If there is a ton of snow, be careful - getting lost will be easy.

hiking
22 hours ago

Fairly easy hike until you get to the end, and then is just a little tricky in route finding. I never had to scramble or use my hands to climb at all, and would definitely not classify this as strenuous or hard. Once you see the Kiva, you'll completely pass underneath it -- keep going! Once you go along the edge beneath and pass a tree right on the edge, you'll see a switchback just ahead heading up and back. Take this up and you've made it. Will definitely be doing it again for sunset sometime soon.

22 hours ago

It is pretty easy until the end as it becomes rocky and you must climb a little. Our family of 5 completed it quickly though. Insanely beautiful view the entire hike.

22 hours ago

Awesome. Easy to hike, even covered in snow.

11.19.17
Deep snow in parts, about 2-3 feet, but a perfect day to get up to the top. It was obviously very icy on the rocks. There was very little wind and the sun was shining. The days do not stay light long enough so I just missed the top before I had to turn around and head back. I will be going back in the spring for sure. Amazing climb with incredible views.

hiking
23 hours ago

We were so lucky to win the lottery online. Came all the way from NY and we were awestruck. We felt like we were on Mars the entire time. We went in January and it was a fantastic temp of 53 degrees. We had no cell service or gps service, you’re really out in the middle of nowhere and it’s great if you know what you’re doing

Very steep and it gets icy at the top. Waterfall is frozen now. Well do it again next summer.