|NATIONAL PARKS QUICKLINKS|
To tackle one of
Follow trails for the first .5 mile to the creek, then turn south. There’s no trail, but follow the worn path. After another .5 mile, the route will become more demanding and require several creek crossings, scrambling over slick rocks, and a traverse over an exposed bluff (or a bushwack above it) at mile 1.3.
This route ends 2.25 miles at
Our advice: Due to the exposure and slippery rocks, this trip is for adults, not children. Dogs aren’t allowed.
When to go: Summer brings ticks and snakes, so hike after the first freeze through April.
Mapped by Thomas Soerens