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on Mount Storm King

1 day ago

This isn't really a hike but it is absolutely breathtaking. I did it Nov 1 and it was stunning with the leaves falling. I swear when I walked around the corner my heart skipped a beat.

3 days ago

Walked this in Early August, fabulous sunny day, clear to the horizons. Saw deer near the visitors center. Easy walk, amazing top of the word views.

14 days ago

Stepped off on Friday 3 November 2017 and thoroughly enjoyed the hike. Went as far as Lilian river camp on Friday due to stepping off so late on Friday. The trail was maintained and easy to follow. Plenty of additional sites to visit along the way to include mikes cabin. Set up camp along Lillian river and enjoyed the sound of the rushing water. Plenty of deer along the path which made for some great moments. Saturday was a different story with plenty of snow fall during the day. On Sunday I headed back. Needed to use some crampons for better footing but the trail was still easy to follow. All in all great trip and a great area.

Breathtakingly beautiful area... we were there in mid-May and there was a lot of snow on the peaks and in the visitor center area.

22 days ago

22 days ago

One could make a compelling argument that this is two trails wrapped into one. The first is plod along the rainforest floor, tracking the progress of the creek.

The second half is a blitz up to Hurricane Hill. Over the course of a perhaps two miles one climbs several thousand feet, out of the rainforest and into the alpine.

One could be forgiven for only choosing to do the first section of the trail, and simply driving up to the Hurricane Ridge road to the view point.

22 days ago

25 days ago

Great, short hike for my family. Very level, well-maintained trail. Lower falls overlook was closed so we had to take a bit of a climb to the upper overlook, but it was not bad at all. My little girls (11, 6, and 4) loved it.

Great trail. Well maintained. If your up for the challenge it is worth it. Steady uphill the entire way. Gets more steep after about mile one.

Made this trek during the eclipse this year. Somewhat difficult with the elevation gain. The rope assist near the top was very helpful.