Very muddy, wear your rain boots or water proof hikers If you do the trail this time of year.
Also bring an extra pair of boots or shoes with some plastic bags for the muddy boots and cloths. Very slippery too. Lots of people slipped and fell and got quiet muddy. Some screening on these paths would be helpful because they are well travelled in this region. There was hundreds of people on the trail on family day, maybe even more.
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