gem icon East Inlet Vista

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Overview

The trail is unkempt and rough, and when the water levels are high the trails are partly underwater, but when the trees open up, they reveal the most gorgeous vista. Tall walls of rock, a cascading stream, and in the summer, fields of flowers.

Overnight Trip: ~11 miles, ish on the East Inlet Trail.

Gem Type: Viewpoint

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