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This trail which is which has varied terrain is paved for the first mile, has a couple of very nice vistas to see if you cover it's entirety is well worth the experience. Even if you stop after the first vista and return to the...More
Went for a short hike on the first part of the Arnold Rim trail. The first 8/10’s of a mile are paved so very accessible. Surprised at the huge amount of sweet pea flowers blooming. The dogwood is all green now, I missed the blooming...More
My friend & I entered at the logging museum & hiked in for 3.09 miles until we saw a vista. ( then turned back) The trail was well maintained & overall well marked. ( one of our better marked hikes, for sure) Except at marker...More
We had a great time hiking on the ART today to Cougar Rock. The sometimes steep terrain was well worth the view and the trail was well maintained and manageable even with my children, age 7 and 11.
We accessed the trail at Valley View...More
The Rim Trail is long but you have the advantage of parking at various spots and walking or hiking the distance you choose. The trail is very wet now because of recent snow and rain, but with only a little searching, hikers can find a...More
I have hiked w to the falls, admired the three chairs, hoped for a Cougar at the namesake rock (neither a feline nor a friendly older lady) been to the top of the world and traversed many of the fire road “short cuts”. The trail...More
We started the hike at the Cedar Center entrance. A short walk up the trail it headed up the mountain to the right. We quickly left civilization and went into the woods. Beautiful cedar, pine, and oak trees. It is a well marked and easy...More
I love taking my dogs on the Rim Trail, which is as gorgeous as it is exciting. I typically park at the Loggers' Museum in White Pines to access the trail, although there are a couple of other access points along the Highway 4 corridor....More
This is great because it has dog friendly trails. It also has a fairly long section that is paved and was plowed during the snow so we were able to go here one day when we didn't have time to go all the way up...More