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Good easy trail for small kids.

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3 months ago

Peaceful hike. Nice smelling pine throughout the trail. Even though it was relatively overgrown in some spots, it was still discernible and it was well marked.

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3 months ago

Hiked trail last weekend. It was a very hot day but there was enough shade to keep us cooler.. Trail is well maintained. On the way down there is a creek my dog was desperate to lay in. The view from the top is fairly nice, just thought we would see a little more.

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7 months ago

Possibly got out on this trail probably 2 weeks earlier than I should have. Much closer to 4.5 miles if you go all the way to the top, but made a nice hour and a half hike.

Wed Sep 26 2018

awsom experance for most. beautiful very nice.

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Tue Sep 25 2018

Great hike to take the kids on. Gradual with beautiful views at the halfway point. Worth it!

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Mon Sep 03 2018

Fun little trail

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Wed Aug 22 2018

Lovely stroll through meadows, pine trees, and a creek. The view at the top of trees and mountains was so peaceful as well!

This was a great hike for Mother's Day--relatively easy and a perfect distance for our first hike. :-)

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Sun Jul 22 2018

I really enjoyed this hike. The landscape is beautiful with lots of unique features. Not difficult in elevation change so not rough on your body but still enough to keep it interesting and feeling a little challenged.

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Sun May 27 2018

Great trail, easy hiking

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Sat Apr 28 2018

Fantastic day on the trail today! Well marked easy hike, great for a spring kick off hike

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Mon Nov 20 2017

Watch out for hunters....

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Tue Sep 19 2017

Not a bad little hike. I was hoping for a better view of the lakes from up there, but it was only ok. Lots of deer in the area, had a few close encounters. Good time killer if you are camping at one of the sites nearby....but don't make a trip just for the hike....too many other great places in the area.

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Sun Jul 09 2017

Great easy hike with a beautiful view just over halfway with a shady spot to sit and enjoy and take a break. Did it with two kids, 7 year old walked the whole way with some complaints but mostly because it was hot.

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Sun Sep 11 2016

Nice trail, it has varying details depending on where you look. If you start at the parking lot, and go to the intersection with Kettle Crest Trail, you've covered 5.4 miles out and back. The trail quickly moves to a moderately steep and steady incline, then concludes with breaking out of the woods to more moderate switchbacks, which makes for a very nice trail (most strenuous first, then easier). The views begin to open up as you reach the large switchbacks, and you can see for a long ways (see panoramic shot).

Sun Jun 05 2016

we really enjoyed it here--great camping spots--come early to get the best ones--we were lucky to get a perfect one near Bayley Lake...would go again!

hiking
Fri Apr 15 2016

So beautiful. Love this lake.

Mon Apr 11 2016

Went Saturday 4/9/16 Spring is in the air and the freshly sprouted flowers and lush growth was spectacular! I had an amazing time getting grounded and exploring this treasure. A great hike

hiking
Mon Jul 28 2014

Hiked the Wapaloosie Mountain to Jungle Hill loop for a total of 13 miles (includes three miles of gravel road between trail heads. The entire loop was in great condition, no blowdowns. The views from the Kettle Crest Trail are wonderful and expansive, definitely worth the trip. Total solitude in this under-appreciated part of the country. There is no signage on the Kettle Crest Trail marking the Jungle Hill Trail, so beware. More like 3 1/2 stars, you won't be disappointed.

nature trips
Tue Jun 15 2010

The Little Pend Oreille Refuge protects over 40,000 acres of diverse habitats which attract a wide range of birds and mammals. The streams and lakes are used by moose,osprey,painted turtles,blue herons and a wide variety of shorebirds. Camping is permitted in campgrounds from April 14th through December 31 and in designated sites from October 1 through December 31st The campgrounds are primitive with pit toilets an no potable water.

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Thu May 27 2010

The trail begins in a thick forest of lodgepole pine and after a mile or so you will leave the woods and switchback your way up the mountain. When you reach the top of the ridge the trail intersects the Kettle Crest Trail. The summit of Walaloosie will be on your right.

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on Mill Butte Trail

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on Mill Butte Trail

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