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hiking
10 days ago

Trail was ok, nothing super spectacular. Lots of trees blocking the views. Lots of poison oak! However there are some great views from the bridge.

hiking
13 days ago

This moderate trail meanders through shady forest and over little streams to the stunningly beautiful Hozomeen Lake. Perfect for picnicking, swimming, fishing or backcountry camping. A little bit of heaven on earth.

hiking
14 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

We walked down to the dam then took a boat to Ross Resort where we rented a boat for the day. Round-trip, the hike was about 2.5 miles and the day boating was priceless! We made it to British Columbia with views of glaciers, suspension bridges, a dozen or so waterfalls, and private islands along the way. Amazing!

Short easy trail with views of the river and small waterfall.

hiking
1 month ago

backpacking
1 month ago

Trail is well maintained to big beaver campground, but currently beyond that there are quite a few trees down.

backpacking
1 month ago

hiking
3 months ago

amazing hike a must do to appreciate the true Pacific NW. there could be a slight incline

fishing
5 months ago

One of the best hikes I've ever been on. Bring a telescopic fishing pole!!! The fish attack anything that hits the water. Wish I had one at the time. (Fishing is open year round on monogram lake)

backpacking
10 months ago

Great hike, a few elevation gains and drops but overall very mild. Most of the trail is under cover in the Forrest with periodic lookouts. Later in the year the streams for water along the way are dried up until mile 7. Semi-easy, our friends took a small corgi and she made it just fine.

camping
Monday, February 23, 2015

great hike! Hiked in there back in 09 with a couple of friends. The bears are thick up there, saw 9 that weekend!

hiking
Thursday, August 21, 2014

hiking
Thursday, January 23, 2014

My wife and I hiked this trail in the summer of 2011. It was done in conjunction with The Big Beaver Trail as a modified loop.

This trail is very similar to Big Beaver as far as conditions except for the level it is maintained. We passed a ranger that said she was the first ranger to assess that trail in quite a few years, so maybe they have done some maintenance to it by now. When we hiked it, there were a number of fallen trees (compared to zero on Big Beaver) and small fields of over grown plant life. I normally don't consider over grown plants an issue, until I run into stinging nettle. My wife was fortunate enough to find it several times. I decided to avoid it after my first time.

hiking
Monday, April 29, 2013

Monogram Lake is a great hike with some outstanding views of the Cascades. Eat a good breakfast because you will need the energy. I hiked in by myself and nearly bumped into a bear. Wear a bell and be aware that bears like the blueberries that are all over the hill sides. the lake is awesome after the hike in.