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    1 year, 5 months ago
    Nice easy hike with a great stop at the midpoint to see the waterfall and cool off a bit in the cool water. Enjoyed it a lot but it costed $12.50 per person, which I think is a little steep.
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    1 year, 5 months ago
    Not the most exciting hike I’ve been on but nice little hike in the evening. It’s not too hard and it is in the shade in the evening since it is mostly in the east side of the mountain. Worth doing once.
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    1 year, 6 months ago
    Somewhat difficult hike. We made it up to the picnic area, which was about 1.8 miles with an elevation gain of 1035 ft. On the way up we saw what looked like a goat that came very close to us, about 10 yards. On the way down at about 1 pm we saw an entire family of big horn sheep, about 15 of them, hanging out together eating. Other than that, it was pretty uneventful. There is no shade anywhere in the hike so go early in the day or more in the Fall and Winter months.
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    1 year, 7 months ago
    The trail was very nice, although one leg of the upstream part of the trail was washed out, so there was no loop. This made for a rather crowded hike, with tons of tourists trooping back and forth. We were treated to pretty close views of a bighorn ram, who posed atop a rock and clambered around the rocks for our benefit. The waterfall was very nice, although the big cottonwood tree next to the plunge pool blocked views for good photography. I would rate this a 5 except for the hordes hiking the trail, which detracted from the experience.
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    1 year, 7 months ago
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