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muddy
rocky
2 days ago

Pot holes on road but mazda 3 made it fine. Take your time. Hike is really pretty and pretty easy. Didn’t get the last mile as I had to get back to town. Would do again. Great quick hike getaway.

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muddy
over grown
7 days ago

11/10/19 - I really enjoyed this trail. It was a little difficult to find the trailhead, but another reviewer's post helped us. My sister, 2 dogs and I hiked it this morning. One other vehicle at the THbut didn't see anyone else on the trail. Our dogs enjoyed the mud and trail, but one was a little rambunctious. I really wanted to go into the mine, but there was so much standing water inside I didn't want to risk my dog pulling me and end up falling. I plan on going again when it is drier and without the dogs. The hike was pretty easy and would be fun for a family hike. With all the fallen leaves, some of the rocky areas were a little slippery... just gotta be mindful of your footing.

eerie and pleasant in the morning fog and haze!

I like this hike. Road up to trail head is bad but worth it for the hike.

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blowdown
muddy
rocky
scramble
29 days ago

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bridge out
muddy
off trail
over grown
1 month ago

Probably a decent trail in summer. now it's nothing but Mud, horse poop, soft sand, and water crossings.

hiking
1 month ago

Completed with trail a while back but I forgot to do a trail report. Good for all skill levels. Kids enjoyed the mine and the river with waterfall views from a distance. Make sure you bring your headlamp.

This trail (if taken following the Neiderprum Trail head is pretty much a straight incline. It’s stunning and worth it! We made it almost three miles until we ran into a huge tree down. My on of our four dogs (Wolfhound) couldn’t make it passed the fallen tree, or we would have kept going. Trail is nice and easy to hike up (just ever it’s a huge incline most the way).

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful sweet wonderful hike. A little muddy here and there. Would do it again in a heart beat.

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muddy
rocky
1 month ago

Good trail to stretch out our legs and let the dog run. The little stream was too wide/deep with all the rain to cross over without getting soaked up to our knees so we opted to turn around. Still got 2 miles in and let the pup get a good run in for his first birthday.

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bugs
muddy
off trail
2 months ago

Go prepared, very easy to go off trail. Beautiful, quite hike. Take your time.

hiking
2 months ago

Great trail. Highly recommend if you’re looking for a nice easy trail with a pleasant river forest and a couple waterfalls. The pot holes in the first two miles are manageable. The back half of the road has some not so manageable ones that you either need the clearance or a vehicle you don’t care about. Also, I made the mistake of wearing jeans. Don’t do that. They will get soaked if not from rain, from vegetation.

hiking
2 months ago

Completed this trail 9/7/2019 with my 11 and 13-year-old. At first, we thought the school bus turnaround was the trailhead; it's not. The bus turnaround trail only goes into an opening, but that isn't the main trail; You need to keep going into what appears to be someone's private property, but it is actually a dirt road leading to the trailhead. Once we found the actual trailhead, it went smoothly and starts off with a bridge crossing and a sign. The trail was a slow gradual climb. Trees and trail were nice. At the top on your right will be the mine, on your left is a nice access to the creek. Both are worth your time to explore. Bring a flashlight if you dare to venture into the mine, it was dark and wet. We were lucky to find a frog at the entrance to the mine that my kids like to watch.

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over grown
2 months ago

We, my dog and I, did the trail last Wednesday September 4th. I had to go to the gas station at the start of the road to find it, the road really looks like a drive way. The trail was over grown in a lot of spots, but the problem was the damned spiders that webbed in the overgrowth!!!! I’m not afraid of spiders but toward the end I got tired of running into webbing!!!! We found the mine and played in the creek, the view of the mountains from the creek was amazing!!!! My Georgie, the dog, loved it!!! He found several spots to get in the creek and cool off! It is a beautiful hike!!!!

hiking
2 months ago

Lots of spurs so it was a hard trail to follow. Great forest service road.

hiking
2 months ago

Nice trail with waterfalls and some good river views for picnicking. After 4-5+ miles the trail was overgrown so we turned around.

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off trail
over grown
2 months ago

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