by Mary Jo Mosher & Kristine Mosher (Falcon Guides)
© 2009 Mary Jo Mosher & Kristine Mosher/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.
Nice little snowshoe venture for the wife and I! We had some lunch when we were across the lake. We also watched a learning group across the lake make a Quinshee (sp?) At the beginning of the trail the snow was packed down, but once we got up the hill we were shoeing in powder!
Excellent trail...actually two loops. I took the outside loop and did it in about three hours. Nice scenery, to include watching Beaver and occasionaly running into a grouse or two.
Nice overlooks to sit and ponder for a spell.
It was a great day for hiking and I met one group of four on the outside loop.
This area was involved in the 1999 windstorm and there are a lot of downed trees, but not as many as when I did this trail in 2003. The Forest Service has burned it off, but didn't damage the value of the trail.
There are occasional rocky areas and there are rock piles to help keep you on the trail...where it is not so rocky...there are blue trail markers.
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