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David Cozzens reviewed Bucking Mule Falls
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Allie Geier reviewed Bucking Mule Falls
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Nature tripsGreat!

The view at the end is SPECTACULAR. Beautiful canyon and the falls were amazing. Not much to look at during the rest of the hike, however.

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jonathan loja reviewed Sykes Mountain Trail
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HikingGreat!

1.) Trailhead is located within Canyon Rec almost directly across from a Ranger Station which sits right next to the 37 road. 2.) The trail markers are mostly easy to see on the way up if you stop and don’t continue until you locate the next marker. At the top of the ridge they get a little harder to find and on the way back they were EXTREMELY hard to find, when in doubt also look for rock Cairns. PRIME RATTLESNAKE HABITAT, I heard 3, try not to stray from path. crazy experience but great views

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Tami Tami Petersen reviewed Bucking Mule Falls
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Alyssa Pesce reviewed Cottonwood Creek Trail
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Shawn Sanford reviewed Bucking Mule Falls
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Nice trail majority of it in the shade with the elevation gains and drops mostly for minimal stretches. Watch out for horse shit!

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Rachael Klaiss reviewed Whaley Creek Falls
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NEED HIGH CLEARANCE VEHICLE. We could not actually access trail, only made it about halfway down the road (122 off 14) before bottoming out and getting stuck. This is not a rating of the trail since I did not hike it, just wanted to warn potential hikers.

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Kimberly Goergen reviewed Sykes Mountain Trail
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Danyon Satterlee reviewed Five Springs Falls
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HikingGreat!

This was a lovely little hike. It was a little steeper than I anticipated but it wasn’t bad. The road to get to the campground is really twisty. Worth it.

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Douglas Wheeler reviewed Bucking Mule Falls
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Absolutely fantastic! Don’t believe the 2 mile distance at the trail head, it’s probably straight line distance. It was 2.6 miles to the lookout. For most of the hike you’re not going to see much, however, the best is always to come! And I really mean that with this hike! Tip, pack a lunch and take a beer or wine and enjoy! However, it is a little scary with kids at the end (500 feet drop) at least. Also, don’t pay much attention to my recording because I had to do an extra mile or so due to my son leaving his backpack!

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Mark Heinert reviewed Whaley Creek Falls
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Jeff Ward reviewed Bucking Mule Falls
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Majestic views at the end of an easy trail. Much of the distance is spent on the forest, where we saw decent numbers of high elevation bird species including Canada Jay and Mountain Chickadee. There are a couple of potentially confusing intersections, but just stop and look for the subtle arrows - one was carved into a fallen log. The trail continues past the overlook without any marker, so make sure to stop when you see rocky cliffs behind a wood fence on your left. There was no problem completing this trail with a baby strapped to my chest.

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W B reviewed Bucking Mule Falls
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5 miles in and out. Mostly through forest with some short open areas. The view of the falls from the overlook is magnificent.

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Emily Bybee reviewed Bucking Mule Falls
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Beautiful views at the end, I was blown away! And the trail was easy to find and not too difficult. I would do this again in a heartbeat! I only saw two other people on my way out.

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Emily Bybee reviewed Whaley Creek Falls
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HikingOff trailOver grownScramble

Parked at the old cabin and tried to find a trail but just followed the alltrails map...basically bushwhacked most of it and occasionally would see a very very faint trail. But following the creek will get you there. cliff drop off at the end. Pretty area, just wish there was a better trail. I would not take kids or dogs.

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Ashly Garretson reviewed Whaley Creek Falls
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Where to start....we never were able to find the trailhead. We made our way threw the meadow and kind of followed the creek down. There were a few small falls but nothing major. We eventually climbed threw all the rocks to get out. It was an interesting hike to say the least.

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Jamie Cook reviewed Bucking Mule Falls
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Brent Miller reviewed Bucking Mule Falls
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HikingGreat!

Always a great hike. A great hike on a hot summer day with a great view at the end.

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Ronald Golembiewski reviewed Five Springs Falls
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Nature tripsGreat!Off trailRockyScramble

Totally a hidden gem! Make your way to the campground and you'll find the trail. it's a short hike up to the base of the small falls. This portion of the trip is good enough for a family. if you don't have small kids and are part mountain goat, go all the way up and take a shower. the upper falls required scrambling up the creek. the risk and effort are worth the view.

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Jason Preble reviewed Whaley Creek Falls
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HikingOff trailOver grownScramble

Hard to locate an actual trail, but high mountain prairie start, so easy to walk toward noticeable draw, creek and falls. We (family with 6 & 9 year-olds) made it about 2/3 way down All Trails description. Saw several 5-35 foot falls as we route scrambled around creeks. Without kids, might have Rick-slide scrambled down trail further but not worth the risk with kids.

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David Cozzens reviewed Bucking Mule Falls
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Beautiful day. Five miles out and back. Most of the trail is through old growth trees, with occasional clearings and wild flowers. Definitely worth the hike...amazing views at overlook

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Nick Mihal reviewed Bucking Mule Falls
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A fairly easy to moderate hike with some incredible views. The round trip from trailhead to lookout is closer to 5 miles round trip. There are also several other trails to choose from along this route if you have more time. The path was in great shape, easy to follow, and had some great photo ops along the way.

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Jeff Bohlman reviewed Sykes Mountain Trail
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Great hike! Parked across the street at the ranger station but check with the ranger to make sure it was okay to park there and to let them know I was going to hike the trail. I’m from the Phoenix area and use to hiking on rocky trails. The trail makers are very helpful but you need to pay close attention as some of them are difficult to see. Once you get to the top the view of the big horn is absolutely amazing! I highly recommend this hike!

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