by Joe Cuhaj (Falcon Guides)
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An easy, relaxing hike that takes you along several small waterfalls, none of which are more than about 12-15 feet in height. The scenery is pretty, but not spectacular. The enormous boulders at the start of the trail were the most impressive sight.
The trails are clearly marked and are in good condition. No one is going to get lost here. The only word of caution is that many trails that are not on the trails.com map intersect with the Lost Falls Trail, so you'll want to get a copy of the trail map at the park store which has all the park trails on it. Like I said, no one is going to get lost here, but it probably wouldn't be very much fun to have to backtrack. Also, the trails.com appears to have a misprint on it. Following the Laurel Falls Trail from the park store (the upper half of this loop), I never did encounter the campground road as printed, and it momentarily confused me.
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