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Trail of the Shadows

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Trail of the Shadows

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WBin wrote a review Nov 2019
Singapore, Singapore429 contributions248 helpful votes
Most enjoyable walk after we left the Paradise Visitor Centre. The trails there were too slippery with the melting ice and we were not equipped for snow. The Rampart Ridge Trail was perfect for us as it took us about 2 hours climbing up. The view was worth it. On the way we met friendly fellow hikers. Lots of shade under the tall magnificent trees. We saw deers, squirrels and birds.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Indy wrote a review Aug 2019
Greenwood, Indiana288 contributions173 helpful votes
This is a short little trail that might be an okay walk to do if you are in the area and haven't yet driven up to Paradise. It would be good for families with little children.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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elixirpost wrote a review Aug 2019
Cerritos, California441 contributions69 helpful votes
Great for beginners, kids and family with no elevation gain, 0.7 Miles, 30 minutes round trip. Across the road from the Longmire museum and national Park inn, this easy loop trail circles mineral springs, a beaver pond, a historic cabin and massive Douglas-fir and western red cedar trees. After the walk, visit Longmire Museum and/or have lunch at the National park Inn. If you stay at the historic National Park Inn, you can take various other trails leading to waterfalls and lakes. Reservation can be hard to get and book early!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Helia_linne wrote a review Dec 2018
Bratislava, Slovakia474 contributions100 helpful votes
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We hiked on this neat easy and short hike. It was full of boards with interesting informations. The trail is circled around some sulfur springs. You can find some wild flowers along the trail as well.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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bwanderer wrote a review Nov 2018
Everett, Washington2,898 contributions167 helpful votes
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This walk is across the main road at Longmire and goes in a loop. It's about 0.7 miles long and goes by homesteads, hot springs, and forest. It can be heavily trafficked, but on the Friday afternoon that we went, we were almost all alone! There is very little elevation gain and loss along the way. Be sure to check out the area around Longmire as well; we did, and we saw some deer. For those up for more hiking, there are other hikes nearby.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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