To back up the last post, my family and I did the entire white trail hike yesterday and the downed trees were not a problem. My eight year old had no problem stepping over any logs and they added to the experience as fun obstacles to jump over. And it was no problem for me with my 30-pound three year old riding in the carrier on my back. Keep in mind that the park officially ends before you get down to the river (there is a sign saying so). Even with that, we had no problem getting down the hill. If the ground had been wet, it would have been difficult. And the trails maintained by the park service were easy to navigate.
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