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Made the loop with 7 other women
Several parts of the trail were covered with snow
Difficult to cross, slippery and some places had water running under the snow.
I wish we had known about the trail.
The last 1/2 coming down was great.
Only one patch of snow to walk over
I gave it a 4 because it's a favorite trail. But may not do it in July. View was gorgeous and several water falls were awesome.

Not a bad hike, but beware...there's barely any water falling. If you walk up to where the water somewhat pools, you see a little something, but definitely not what i was expecting.

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1 day ago

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2 days ago

Just turnoff 410 at the blue Camp Sheppard sign. There's a pretty decent size paved parking lot and two pit toilets there at the trailhead. A Northwest Forest Pass is required. We went on a Friday afternoon and there was only two other cars in the parking lot and both parties were on their way down as we were going up. Hung a left at the first fork where the scout amphitheater is, went slightly around it. Then took the left at the sign for all the trails. The trail was in good condition and pretty dry. It was 1.45 miles to the rocky base of the falls. Not too much water coming down. Due to a time crunch we did not scramble over the rocks to get closer to the falls. It was a pretty and pretty easy hike overall.

Didn't find bugs to be a problem. Hiked with an eight year old. Saw a hiker with a leashed dog. Pretty much the whole trail is in the trees.

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2 days ago

Is there anything this trail doesn't have? It was outstanding!!! We started the trail counter clockwise which I guess is considered the "wrong way" but it was just absolutely beautiful. Lots of wildflowers and wildlife. Views of Mt Rainier as well as Mt Adams and the surroundings valley. We took our time on the loop as there were so many picture opportunities!!! The PCT side still has a lot of snow. Highly recommend good traction shoes as well as poles for stability. Most of the snow is packed down but it's still melting obviously so just be wary. Great places to stop for lunch on this loop. I do think going clockwise would be the most impressive heading towards Rainier but either way is stunning.

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3 days ago

Stunning views and the alpine and wildflowers smell amazing! Great hike to take your four legged friend.

Great hike for beginners! Recommend for anyone! And the views are great!

Beautiful falls! It was fun to cross the creek at the base of the falls.

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4 days ago

Great little hike for the family and dogs. When the trail met the stream that comes from the falls we passed over the steam. We then climbed up the rocks and followed the stream all the way up to the falls. We have two large dogs that made the climb just fine.

good hike, no view from the top.

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5 days ago

Hiked up and enjoyed the brooks, meadows, wildflowers, and alpine views. Played with the dog in Henskin Lake along the way, Some steep climbs at times, but nothing insurmountable. Ate lunch at the top and took the gondola down--dogs were welcome for both.

There's also a disc golf course throughout the hike, if you are so inclined.

Stunning views, love