We read there was a stream following most of the Azeala Glen trail but there wasn't. Bring water. It was hot and dusty. The views are nice BUT beware - there is still a lot of evidence of the big fire that swept through the area a few years ago. Many of the trees are just charred remains. But, that being said, there were wildflowers and new growth. Take the map from the visitor's center when you go because the trail is not always well marked. It took us about 2.5 hours with some stops along the way - total mileage is about 3.0.
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