The trail begins relatively clear with signs and a boardwalk leading you to a the remains of an old Power Plant next to (the best part) a loud waterfall! It was breathtaking (and mildly scary) walking across the bridge the leads you right over the falls.
BUT THEN SNOW HAPPENED
As beginner hikers, we were trying to get to Kersey Lake and one sign pointed us in that direction. Even in June large snow piles blocked our path-- easy to walk over. But eventually we arrived in an area where the mud, snow, and stream made us question whether we were following a hiking trail or not anymore. No more signs showed the way... only the solitary footprints of someone who had gone before us. As beginner hikers we didn't want to chance becoming bear chow.
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