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Gorgeous views

Went for a quick hike to Queens Bath. Had to wait about 15 minutes to find parking but well worth... read more

Reviewed August 22, 2018
Vonballin
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Park City, Utah
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Must See...But Respect!

Like many others have said, parking sucks. If you want to wait in line and get an "upfront... read more

Reviewed August 20, 2018
Gary W
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Lake Stevens, Washington
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Natural pool carved into a lava shelf, the size of several large swimming pools.
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Kapiolani Rd, Princeville, Kauai, HI 96722
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Reviewed August 22, 2018 via mobile

Went for a quick hike to Queens Bath. Had to wait about 15 minutes to find parking but well worth the wait. Amazing views. Semi crowded, and a steep hike but absolutely worth it!

Thank Vonballin
Reviewed August 20, 2018

Like many others have said, parking sucks. If you want to wait in line and get an "upfront" parking spot, you can...or you can further away and walk. The hike down is fairly easy. Large tree roots, and if raining, it will be muddy. The...More

Thank Gary W
Reviewed August 19, 2018 via mobile

Used to be a secret attraction but now has become well known. Has very limited parking..trail is marked but very washed out/rough & a few big step ups and dwn!! Very beautiful once @shoreside..waterfall along trail.. rock formations.. turtles abound!! & a few good swimming...More

1  Thank Tertl
Reviewed August 19, 2018 via mobile

Let’s start with this adventure can be very dangerous. If the waves are big, don’t go. If it’s rainy or just finished raining and you have stability issues, don’t go. For everyone else, enjoy! Maybe sure you were shoes that are secure to your feet...More

Thank Amanda M
Reviewed August 17, 2018

My husband and I (65+) have hiked this trail for many years. We wear hiking water sandals and we go very early. We enjoy snorkeling Queen's Bath - the jumpers muddy the water and don't see the fish. That's unfortunate as there are many fish...More

Thank MrsMRP
Reviewed August 16, 2018

Listen to all previous reviews about accessibility. This is a tough route down and not recommended for anyone who has mobility/balance issues. Wear the correct footwear and take it very slowly, holding onto rocks as much as possible (right where the stream dumps into the...More

Thank Kimberly M
Reviewed August 14, 2018

Definitely wear sneakers or water shoes. The trail down is tricky but doable if you go slow and are not afraid of getting a little muddy. The landscapes on the trail are beautiful and lush. We saw about ten sea turtles having a blast in...More

1  Thank 923djk
Reviewed August 14, 2018 via mobile

It was waaaaay too slippery. I didn’t do my homework and we wore flip flops, and I fell. But even with bare feet it was tough. I agree with other reviewers - wear sneakers and don’t carry anything.

Thank BhadraKali2015
Reviewed August 13, 2018 via mobile

Don’t wear flip flops, don’t bring much to hold, use a walking stick if you can find one, go early for parking and to avoid the rush of people on the trail, and wear dark clothes or clothes you are willing to get stained, and...More

Thank Stephieyl
Reviewed August 12, 2018

I agree with he previous review. I also saw a woman slip, she was with her daughters. Broke her leg, had to be carried out by a bunch of people as the rescue workers will not go down to get anyone. She was laying on...More

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caroline s
August 2, 2018|
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Response from rickg977 | Reviewed this property |
It is not a long hike. The first part is steep and probably muddy. It takes you half way or less to the bottom. The rest of the hike is level across the lava flat along the ocean. It was not bad at all. In fact... More
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July 6, 2018|
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I found it easier going back up especially with breaks along the way. By that time, you embrace the mud because there is no way around it. Going down is harder because you A) naturally try to ease around the mud at first... More
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