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This is my favorite hike. So close to town but you feel like you are miles away. This was the first time hiking it in the Winter. We had trouble getting up to the trailhead since the first part of the dirt road was icy. We just parked at the bottom and hiked up. The first half mile of the south trail was pretty icy and I wish I’d brought my traction spikes. Then the next 1.5 miles was pretty easy with packed snow conditions and we made good time. The closer we got to the waterfall, the narrower the trail and the more powdery the snow. It wasn’t impassible in just boots, but snowshoes might have kept us from sinking in so much. Overall still a great hike.

This was a beautiful, shaded hike that runs by the creek the entire way. It takes about around 3.25 miles (6.5 miles round trip) to the waterfall and it wasn't that scenery, but right before you get to the waterfall (looking up in the open sky) you are all alone in the valley of the mountain surrounded by tall pine trees - it was an amazing peaceful sight I have ever experienced. I tried to continue to hike pass the waterfall about 0.05 miles ahead and ended up seeing some small fallen trees in the middle of the creek that hindered me to go further more. I noticed a faded trail on the right side of the hill that has been used before, it looked too slippery for me to climb on it and decided to head back.

Thoroughly enjoy this hike! I love the fact it followed the stream the whole way. It was moderate with small sloping ascents and descents the whole way. Finding the trail head was a little difficult since my car couldn’t make it up the washed out dirt road and we parked on 100S. Once on the dirt road follow it up and around to the left where you’ll see the ATV Park. The trail head is in that parking area.

This is a beautiful trail. You stay by the creek the whole way, which makes it peaceful and easy to follow. The rope swing is also a lot of fun. The waterfall still flows really well in late fall which is a rarity!

This is my go to trail. It's a straight up b!+(h for the first 2 miles but is awesome from there on out. Once you make it to skyline, I've always hiked down the road and bummed a ride down. It's not an easy in and out unless your a superstar but it will give you a huge sense of accomplishment knowing you climbed that monster.

Beautiful! You can’t run all of it but it was awesome.

Good hike, nice to hear the water flowing as one hikes... nice burner heading up into the canyon... swinging on the rope swing. Will go back in spring - waterfall will be awesome

I really enjoyed this one!

Will be going back! Love the waterfalls and brooks

We actually did the Deuel Creek South Trail this morning, and it was gorgeous! Because the trail is along a steep ravine and has some rocks to scale, I'd say only bring kids 7 years old and up. We'll have to try the North Trail another morning!

very fun hike. my kids enjoyed it.

I saw two rattlesnakes

Great hike for families. One of my 4-year-old's favorites

Nice smooth asphalt great for walking, running, skating, cycling. Runs past farms, homes, parks, etc. Easy to access at any of the streets it crosses.

4 months ago

Starting at the Parrish Canyon Trailhead the Parrish Creek Trail is poorly named because the trail isn't close enough to the creek to actually see it. At 3 miles the trail becomes increasingly overgrown but the trail is still easy to follow. At 3.75 miles you hit the Parrish Creek Ferns field and the trail is nearly invisible due to growth. Push through and it becomes obvious again on the other side. The trail has been recently maintained for about the last .5 miles. Trail ends at Fire Road 008.

This trail went to the same waterfall that we saw from Davis creek trail. I liked the Davis creek trail better. This one was very open which made it hot. We did it on Labor Day. It was pretty dry and only at the very top had the trees started changing color. It was steep but very doable. Carried our 9 month old in a backpack. We only saw two other people hiking this trail and it was at the top by the waterfall. The trail was overgrown toward the end but we never got lost using this app map. There are lots of trails at the start so we used the app to make sure we stayed on the correct trail. We hiked a total of six miles.

nice trail, love it.

I might say this is easy but there are enough steep and narrow sections to say moderate. Is short so it doesn't take much but wouldn't be easy for little kids. I am always amazed anytime I am in the presence of pictographs.

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