River/Creek · Views · Wildflowers
After ascending a short hill, the trail follows along a bluff that allows views of the opposite ridge and some small waterfalls during wet months. As you move north, you'll come to a point that will force you back south again (with some nice views of the inlet and ridge lines). As you continue southwest, you'll slowly gain elevations (watch your step on the ridge as some areas are close to the edge of a short cliff that is ~15 ft. high). When you reach a batch of cedar trees, the trail will level off, and then a fun downhill hike begins to bring you back to the start.
Shared By: Bryce Hamilton