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2 months ago

The trail goes through some beautiful country and we found some great picnic and camping spots along the way. However, the trail is very narrow and has steep drop offs so good hiking boots are a must. There are several crossings through scree/rocky areas that were hard on my dog's paws.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Easy trail. Would be fun to do with family. A lot of fallen trees after you reach the waterfall. Made it difficult to trek.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Started at the Arlington trailhead and packed into Crater Lake. Great trail, like Teena says be prepared for a ton of downed trees that make the trail a lot more difficult than it would be otherwise for backpacking. We were on the trail in early June, the first 6 miles or so were pretty clear but after that there was still quite a bit of snow on the trail, especially around Crater Lake. Very secluded this time of year, the only other people we saw were a couple doing a day-hike near the trailhead.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

be forewarned there are A LOT of downed trees on the trail that you have to climb over or crawl under. was a little difficult with a 50 lb pack on.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Nice trail. Easy going. Quiet.

Saturday, August 13, 2016

Very nice peaceful hike! Dog friendly, kid friendly and family friendly! There were signs of moose and bear but we had no encounters

Tuesday, July 05, 2016

First and foremost, the location of the trail head is very wrong on All trails as of 7/5/16. Visit http://www.justtrails.com/trails/rock-creek-trail/ for a much more accurate trail head description and trail information. I did submit an update to All Trails, but make sure you verify where the trail is. All Trails also is only showing about 3 miles of an 11.1 mile trail.

That being said, this is a fantastic backpacking trail. There are several well used camping sites along it, and it isn't overly trafficked. On July 4th weekend I met 8 other hikers over a span of 24 hours.

You do have to traverse several rock slides, and if you are going to bring a dog, you might consider boots for their feet. I learned that the hard way with a torn paw on my dog's foot.

There is a lot of bear and moose sign in the area, but I didn't see either animal in my trek. The trail follows Rock Creek and offers stunning vistas and quiet forest paths to lead the way.

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