We took our little girls here shortly before lunch and really enjoyed the drive up the road and had a picnic in the provided area. Despite how much rain was falling and my lack of appropriate clothing we spent several hours hiking around on the various shorter trails. The trails were safe despite being wet and me lugging a 3 year old and a backpack (both helped keep me dry as they were more appropriately covered).
The views from many vantages were amazing and we were lucky enough to catch a rainbow due to the rain right at the ice box which was a lucky surprise.
The shuttle service was a nice touch as the weather did eventually wear down my girls sense of adventure. The driver of the shuttle and all of the employees we interacted with were very pleasant to deal with.
And the facilities that were there, although meager, were some of the best I've encountered in many off the beaten path destinations without full sewer, power.
This is really a seasonal destination as the snow doesn't typically recede until July but its definitely worth taking the time to see. I'd wanted to view it since I was a child and really enjoyed the experience.
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