Always a great hike

Trail as it crosses dry creak bed
User: satterthwait - 5/14/2005

Location: Panther Canyon Nature Trail

Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 1.90 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: It is amazing how Landa Park is full of people, yet the Panther Canyon Trail is almost empty. -------------- The Parks department went to a lot of trouble this year and put in lots of signs and benches. Sadly, within two weeks almost all the signs are destroyed or defaced and even some of the benches are now broken. -----------------The hike was wonderful as always and usually takes about 35 minutes in and out (I do a small loop at end of the hike instead of just turning around-this loop takes you up one side of the canyon and gives a good short cardio work out---the loop is not on any official map, but is easy to find---when your almost to the end of the hike, the path forks- take the right fork which takes you up a short distance along the canyon. The trail is pretty easy to follow and leads you back down along the main trail within 5 minutes.

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Panther Canyon Trail
Panther Canyon
Area around Panther Canyon Nature Trail
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