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We wanted to do a "non-excustion" on our Alaska cruise and get out in nature a bit. Researched moderate hikes on our ports of call that fit the time frames of our stop and Lower Dewey fit the bill. Other posts said 1.5-2 hours, we...More
We were off a cruise ship looking to take a bit of exercise. My wife had a hip replacement op just 10 weeks ago, so nothing too strenuous.
Although this turned out to be steeper, longer and more difficult that advertised, we both managed fine....More
I was not planning on doing this but in the end I stumbled across the path anyways! After I bought a huge Ice Cream from the Kone Kompany I followed the river trail which lead me to this trail and I hiked it up -...More
The view is definitely worth the climb! It is a multi-purpose trail, so it is fairly rough. A steady incline all the way to the lake. You’ll need good hiking shoes\boots, otherwise it could be pretty slick. Be especially careful coming down. The combination of...More
We started this trail and immediately began going straight up. Then we went straight up some more, and some more, and some more. This is NOT an easy trail, it is a hard incline over rocks with sandy footing.
Once you've reached flat land, you're...More
The trail head was not far from the docks and starts with a uphill trail that was rather rugged in spots. Would recommend good hiking shoes or boots. Tennis shoes or loafers may be slippery if it's at all wet. We walked around the lake....More
Response from Michael H | Reviewed this property |
Hi This trail is not the normal trail you will come across. It is a hilly and rocky start of the trail and a bit steeper. I would consider it a medium to hard trail at the part that goes up the mountain adjacent to the... More
Hi This trail is not the normal trail you will come across. It is a hilly and rocky start of the trail and a bit steeper. I would consider it a medium to hard trail at the part that goes up the mountain adjacent to the shore. That said it is slippery after rain and is rocky. But we enjoyed it greatly as it got us out of our cruise norm and pushed us. The views up at the lower lake and falls are worth the climb, It is full of nature and fauna. No trail guides available but the trail is marked all the way up. We even found a new outhouse up there between the lower lake and falls! It took about 3 hours to climb up and back and like I said, we are nature lovers and loved it as you don't get that type of experience on a cruise tour!