quote:Originally posted by Big Ian
Trail is in very good condition for the first 1/2 to 2/3, although it gets quite narrow and somewhat overgrown in the last part before the lake. Easy to follow/see, but lots of pushing foliage out of the way, which sucks on a rainy and cold day, as you'll be soaked.
It was damp for us on the hike we did as well. Like we noted then, because of the brushed in sections,"a dry day is recommended". Msulkers says the trail crew may hit the upper section of the trail, if time/money permits. Hope so. Their work on the lower 2/3 of the trail is great stuff