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    1 month, 3 weeks ago
    A must do trek up and over a stark , beautiful volcanic landscape. Take extra food, water (2 liters), gloves, Goretex jacket, sun protection, short gators (keeps small volcanic stones and dirt out of boots) for the deep soft trail down from the Red Crater. We started a bit later 0830 to avoid the earlier crowds. Worked OK. Took 3 breaks plus 30-40 mins for lunch at the top of Red Crater. Portaloos spaced adequately. Always ‘go try’ Halfway point is approx. at Blue Lake on the downhill side. Need transportation at beginning and end.
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    3 months ago
    Easy circuit. Better to start on North path which is a steady incline and arrives at the falls
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    4 months, 1 week ago
    We’d done this hike years ago, and while it’s busier these days, we got nearly perfect weather. We didn’t even recall the pretty forest area on the descent, because it was much too cloudy last time.
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    1 year, 6 months ago
    This was a nice scenic hike (or trek as it is called here). The trail was nicely maintained and only a few wet spots despite the fact that it had rained for days on prior to my day on the trail. However, it is so popular so you feel like you are in the line at the grocery store at times. I hiked it during the early season and there were well over 1,000 people on the trail that day. So therefore I only give it 4 stars. It was very crowded.
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