We backpacked and camped for two nights on the Piedra River Trail and it was absolutely beautiful. Don't be scared off by the hordes of tourists during the first mile. They all come to hike for 20 minutes then head back. We saw two other hikers and no other campers during our trip. The river is clean and clear. You can rainbow trout if your a good fisherman. The trail itself is gently undulating, but nothing too strenuous. It's a great trail to warm up on in the spring for your first big hiking/backpacking/camping trip. I think the whole trail is a little over 20 miles.
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