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User: Riff Raff - 9/26/2003

Location: Bull Creek

Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 2.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: Hiked out as far as the 'side falls' today and turned back, after apparently spending a majority of my hike on maverick trails. To avoid doing the same, be sure to stay on the east side of the creek at the first 360 crossing (you'll end up walking on a path right next to the concrete). If you don't see a hiking marker every quarter mile or so, then you've probably wandered off the main trail (which is very easy to do here). At any rate, the initial area by the trailhead seems to be basically a dog park these days, with dogs and their owners out in droves to play in the creek. Once you get past the first quarter mile or so though, the number of people thins out dramatically. Bring a trash bag and pack out some trash if at all possible, as this trail could definitely use the help since it is so close to 360.

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