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Acme, Washington Map
5 days ago

It's a very nice hike with light traffic. I only saw one other person while I was there.

1 month ago

Trail is just a nicely maintained logging road. Good view.

2 months ago

thousand nettels beware...

Not that interesting just view of Twin Sisters mountains and cut down trees. Lots of better hikes out there. Not many people is one benefit.

Great views peaceful amazing place to just get away and hike!

Monday, August 15, 2016

Walked the trail on Saturday 8/13. Was pretty hot out. There was a lot of evidence of recent trail repair on the first half of the trail before the clear cut part. It was kind of confusing after the clear cut where the trail veers off to the left and goes to the river. The right hand trail was not marked on this map and on the way back had to do some trail blazing to find the original trail. Otherwise ok trail and at least was less than 1000 puddles.

on 1000 Puddles Trail

Friday, June 12, 2015

Nice and easy trail for kids with fun little water crossings. Pretty scenery along the river. Ran into a couple of horseback riders and they mentioned there have been lots of bear sightings so use cuation on this trail.

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Could easily hike here for a day if you had the time. Cross the barricade only if it's closed off. If it's open its an active logging road. Bring extra water especially in the summer, very little shade. Otherwise decent day hike. Good view of the twin sisters

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Very quiet logging road. Saw what Im pretty sure were pheasants. At the end of the track 3 miles in are some great views.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

This is one of my favorite trails. A nice easy hike along the river. You can hit the river from the trail in 2 or 3 places and fish if you wanted. It can get pretty muddy though and there is 1 or 2 creek crossings so waterproof shoes and a good hiking stick are both helpful. There was one spot about a mile in or so where a tree had blown down but it was easy to get around.

Kids will love this trail.