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This is still in my bucket list

From what others have to say. and the extra possibility to find a little treasure ( painted rocks... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2018
Kathryn G
Excellent view at the top!

The trail is about 2 miles one-way, almost all uphill but the hike is worth it! The view of the... read more

Reviewed 7 May 2018
Christine N
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9 Jul 2018
“This is still in my bucket list”
6 May 2018
“Excellent view at the top!”
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

From what others have to say. and the extra possibility to find a little treasure ( painted rocks ), to keep or rehide.

Thank Kathryn G
Reviewed 7 May 2018

The trail is about 2 miles one-way, almost all uphill but the hike is worth it! The view of the islands are awesome. The trail is well maintained, part of it is gravel/rocks, and several sets of stairs. The start of the trail is easily...More

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Reviewed 29 November 2015

As you drive out of Craig, keep an eye out for the unmarked parking lot on Highway 924. The start of the trail is new, wide and well maintained with strenuous switchbacks. Then there’s a set of new stairs to really get your heart pumping!...More

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Frederick U
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Response from pattioseroff |
the trail is 3.5 miles. there are 3 segments, 1 at 1.6 miles and another at 2 miles that are very well maintained, the last 1.5 miles is a beaten foot path.. it leads to a ranger station I think.. There are a lot of stairs... More
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