Small Doggie Park....at first

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User: christiniprosperity - 4/9/2007

Location: Bull Creek

Rating: 3stars
Difficulty: 2stars  Solitude: 1star
Miles Hiked: 1.00 Mile  Elapsed Time: 45 minutes

Comments: I agree with the other hiker, this is full of dogs. But once you get out of the base camp/parking area it gets better. Leaving the trailhead and moving toward the first underpass of 360 it gets nicer, quieter, although you see less of Bull Creek until you get to the underpass. I chose a muddy day (surprise) and got stuck in some muddy spots trying to cross Bull Creek back by the parking lot. But it was an okay walk. It was getting late and I didn't want to walk alone at night so I did a few loops to get a nice workout. I want to return and hike the whole trail when I have a whole day to do it. Bull Creek is beautiful. I want to come back when it's warmer and take my shoes of and wade through.

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