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We absolutely loved this trail! We had a blast hiking! In the beginning we were sure if we were on the right trail because you have to climb a mountain. It was slightly muddy and icy in some area but not bad. Lots of rocky area not hard to hike on though. We did make it to a cute fire pit area and after that maybe 10-15 mins is the swing! Went on that too! My husband is 175lbs and it held him fine. We saw lots of people And their dogs. We started the trail at 10:30am and took our time (we have a 18months old who is in our carrier). We stopped at the swing for a lunch break and then headed back because our little was done. Lol. Overall awesome hike! Definitely will come back!!!

hiking
over grown
rocky
20 days ago

I really loved this trail! You get really great views of the waterfalls and the pictographs. The trail is clearly visible until you get to the pictographs; after that it becomes pretty overgrown through till that last waterfall. It was still beautiful at the end of October, it was lightly snowing so the mix of the seasons was cool! There is a fork at the beginning of the trail and you go to the left for the “Parrish Creek Pictograph Trail,” but there is another trail called the “Parrish Trail” (I think?) straight at that fork and I decided to do that one as well on my way back from the pictographs. I ended up doing 2.6 ish miles, all together and it was great! Would recommend to anyone!

Very good trail, beautiful colors at this time of year.

Fall colors were gorgeous as of 10/13/19 but not for long. Started at 10 and it was freezing cold. Recommend later start when sun warms up the canyon a bit.

hiking
over grown
scramble
1 month ago

Unfortunately lots of dog poop on the trail from parking lot to trail head. Otherwise good trail with a great reward.

Great trail with a fun rope swing about 1.4 miles in which is in good repair right now. Did this trail this afternoon around 4-5:30pm. I’d say this trail is best for age 7+ since there are drop-offs and some rocky sections. It is gorgeous right now; I’m hoping this coming storm helps turn the leaves their fall colors and doesn’t blow them totally off. I’d say peak color is maybe a week or so away. So pretty walking along the creek with scattered yellow leaves on the path. 10/8/2019

I love this hike!!!!! River runs by the trail the entire way and water is still gushing - my dog loved it! Great hike to get your heart pumping but then it will even out and go back to incline so a good range! the waterfall and views at the end are amazing. fall colors are still green and yellow, some spots are the pretty reds and pinks. I accidentally took a detour on the way back and went right and up instead of close to the river (before hitting the rock climb) and so glad we did! it had amazing views of the valley and all the fall colors you miss being so close to the river. only saw 6 total people on a tues night, 3 couples.

This trail was nothing short of a dream. The canyons are beautiful this time of year and the gorgeous fall colors are everywhere. The hike runs right next to Duel creek so you have a gorgeous view throughout. It ends at a little clearing that has a fire pit with log seats around it. Not strenuous at all and not much of an incline. I also saw a couple families with young kids, so I would say it’s good for most ages. Would highly recommend doing this one before the season is over.

hiking
no shade
over grown
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

I took this trail on accident. It has a few sketchy spots with steep drop offs. BEWARE OF RATTLESNAKES. It is steep and not for the faint hearted. If you are looking for a challenge then go for it. I can’t stress enough to beware of snakes here. There is an easier trail with the same destination. Also, bring some sturdy trekking poles and sunscreen.

hiking
over grown
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

This is an excellent trail for dogs. One spot that needs requires an easy scramble. Water and shade the whole way. Watch for snakes. Be careful the first 1/8 mile as it is a little sketchy next to a drop off. You can do a small overnighter here if you want. Please respect fire restrictions and leave no trace. Don’t be like Colorado. You are better than that.

Fun, short trail that has a cool ending.

I don't recommend bringing dogs unless they are highly trained. I had to turn around halfway because it was too dangerous with a dog who is still in training. Other wise, amazing trail.

hiking
over grown
rocky
2 months ago

Hot and dry.

As of Saturday Aug 31st, DNR had the trail closed due to the fire

Wonderful quick little hike! very well shaded after the first half mile. Just be careful hiking up in these mountains for the next couple days. There is a wildfire up in these mountain just over a mile south from the start of the trail. Be careful and be safe!

The trail itself was very narrow and on the edge of the cliff. I had two dogs so I was uncomfortable at actually going all the way in on the trail. However where you park there is a huge wide bike track that long, that was awesome and perfect for the dogs and I to get in our exercise and feel safe

hiking
rocky
2 months ago

The trail is fun and very beautiful ride.

Nice place to hike... Beware of rattlesnakes

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