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The Hickman Bridge Trail

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The Hickman Bridge Trail

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siouxsy wrote a review Nov 2020
Tustin, California1,078 contributions115 helpful votes
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We made it to the trail early in the morning so we had it all to ourselves. The first half of the trail is all uphill so could be a bit challenging for some but very doable if you take breaks. You can see little bridges to the right once you hit the valley floor as well. But the Hickman bridge was impressive. The trail goes right under the bridge and makes a loop back. Definitely would recommend doing this trail. The trail is located of the 24 before you hit the visitor center.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Ken Q wrote a review Nov 2020
Denver, United States646 contributions182 helpful votes
This was a very enjoyable hike. It was relatively easy but had a little elevation gain so you got some decent exercise.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Michelle L wrote a review Nov 2020
Atlanta, GA331 contributions80 helpful votes
This was an easy hike with a beautiful payoff. Start early as it gets busy as the day goes on, plus the parking lot of pretty small.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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FjordFan wrote a review Nov 2020
Milwaukee92 contributions15 helpful votes
Don’t overlook this hike, it only takes an hour and it’s beautiful. The entire hike is very scenic, and the arch at the end is stunning. Tip— as you’re approaching the base of the arch, veer off the path to the right a bit to a lower vantage point to get even better arch views.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Alex H wrote a review Oct 2020
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma655 contributions81 helpful votes
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The trail is graded as a moderate level hike by the NPS. The path is well maintained and not difficult to navigate. A hiking stick is useful but not necessary. Plan to take a lot of pictures, as the views are wonderful!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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