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over grown
4 months ago

There was a trail, but the grass/weeds were almost as tall as me. The trail was thin as well so I didn't bother.

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bugs
over grown
5 months ago

Was only able to hike 3.5 miles in before it became too overgrown. Really nice area especially with the river right next to you but it needs to be maintained more.

Trail was pretty great. It wasn't very overgrown, at least not for the first few miles. We did see two bears, though. So be aware of that. Also, yes, discover passes are required. ***On my phone it says I wrote this a month ago? I hiked 5 miles of the trail and posted this 9/15/19***

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blowdown
over grown
9 months ago

nice easy trail it gets less and less used and maintained as you go.

backpacking
Mon Sep 03 2018

Nice trail, but is fairly grown over in some locations. Several trees have fallen across the trail around mile 10, but they're not hard to cross. I camped down near the creek. Very peaceful hike. My dog enjoyed it as well.

pretty decent hike! Only went to about the national forest

Beautiful trail!

We went on May 14. We loved it. Everything was so green with displays of wildflowers. The creek was obviously full with mountain runoff. Very peaceful. We only met one other couple. The disappointing thing was that we couldn't go farther due to the time factor. We hiked in about 3 miles. Next time I'd like to backpack in and do the whole trail. I think the trail is at its peak beauty now because I'm sure it's pretty dry in summer there.

DISCOVERY PASS REQUIRED. We did not know this upon approaching the trailhead, and we got a "violation" notice for not adequately displaying our Discovery Pass. (We are Idaho residents, and we didn't know where to buy a pass on Easter Sunday.) Other than that, we really enjoyed this hike. We did 15 of the 20 miles, which was already more than we could handle. At mile 4, you enter the Umatilla National Forest. At mile 6 or 7, you climb up the edge of the canyon and get great views of the canyon. Fairly flat trail, and we only noted 1-2 other groups of people on a Sunday (low traffic).

running
Thu Mar 06 2014

The North Fork Asotin Creek Trail is a 10 mile long out and back. With two side trails, N. Pinkham Trail at 7 miles and S. Pinkham Trail at 10 miles. The TH and parking is 25 miles from Asotin WA on Asotin Creek Rd. then left on Lick Creek Rd. Discovery Pass required. The trail is not difficult, only 2000 ft. elevation gain over the ten miles. In the early spring a few trees may be down across the trail, but are normally easy to get around. In July and August be on the lookout for rattlesnakes This trail follows the creek and is well worth the drive up.

hiking
4 months ago