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Easy trail with amazing payoff when you reach Silver Falls.

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We tried to make it to Upper Lena Lake today, but we've never hiked this trail before. We were probably .1 miles or less from it, but lost the trail in the snow. Walked around for a bit trying to find it, but fell through the snow and decided it wasn't worth it. There wasn't another person on the upper trail but tons of people on the lower trail. Didn't see any bugs until we took the Upper trail. No horse flies at all. Lower trail to the main lake is relatively easy going. Upper trail is much more challenging with several blow downs.

Awesome hike & well kept trail. Extremely dog friendly!

hiking
3 hours ago

Did the south loop trail. 35m some nice view the the beach is nice.

off road driving
3 hours ago

Got stranded here one night stuck in the snow! My favorite place to go... Great Views...been going here for a few years now, just stumbled upon it and has been my spot since.

hiking
3 hours ago

Nice hike on a beautiful day! Some small snow patches as you approach the lower lake. Larger segments of snow starting about a quarter mile from the upper lake, and then solid snow as you approach the lake. Lake is still frozen, with snow, but thawing.

hiking
4 hours ago

my little family enjoyed this gem father's day weekend, my fiance, son and I decided to adventure! lots of variety here to introduce my 4 month old to.

Very beautiful!

This trail is rated as easy, but for someone out of shape (like myself), it was much harder. The last half of the trail is all uphill and many parts of it were covered in mud. This is not accessible to wheelchair bound or other disabled folks (I had been told that it was). It was, however, quiet, not very trafficked, and well shaded. I'm not sure I would do this again.

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5 hours ago

My fiancé, our 4 month old baby and I enjoyed this hike a few days ago and plan on exploring more of it's natural beauty. The sound of the creek and fresh forest air put our baby to sleep while we soaked up the beautiful scenery. Whether you've got 20 min or all day this forested nature trail is worth enjoying.