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no dogs no thanks

The road going up to the trail is a pretty rough road. took my car but alot of rocks. I would recommend truck or walking. the trail is overgrown. but its relatively short trail some parts are steep around the loop. we hiked it with our big packs not to bad. not a great lookout. and the trail to the pond has a few trees down. loons, and coyotes were a few animals we heard. overall ok hike. I don't think I would do it again. just a pain to get to. also no camping at the pond.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Not sure what all the fuzz is about. Walked on this trail it was very short and muddy. When I reach the end it stank like dead fish. Yes I mean STANK. No grand views no interesting spots. There are much better trails with actual lookout sites. Nothing to see here.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Beautiful hike next to a stunning lake. Very remote. The road to the trailhead was impassible in our sedan, so we walked from the main road. Beautiful walk as well. No mammals, but saw frogs and heard several hermit thrush- thought by many (myself included) to be the most beautiful bird song in the world. I certainly plan to return many more times. We took the lefthand trail and wandered through stunningly lush vegetation by the water's edge. Next year we will take the righthand which will take us to the lake's marshy area. I would love to boat on the lake, but without a better vehicle, it will not be possible.