River/Creek · Views · Waterfall
If done counter-clockwise (as mapped), go across a swinging bridge, make a right, and the hike starts with a flat section along Goshen Pass River (first mile looks like it could be pretty overgrown in the summer months). Then there is a very steep 700' climb in less than one mile.
At the top, you'll hike Chambers Ridge for three-quarters of a mile (this was the best part of the hike for us). The hike then wraps around the mountain for the almost two mile descent back to the swinging bridge. The path can be hard to see with leaves on the ground, but it is very well marked with freshly painted blue blazes (as of 2019). There are some other trails that intersect, but just keep following the blue blazes, and you'll be right where you want to be.
This is a great family hike for the adventurous types. Several downed trees for kids to climb on.
Shared By: Matt Deveau