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Lewis Rocks

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DO not HIKE this trail. Go with two friends pre-covid. One had HIKE before and said No Trespassing signs were only for liability reasons. This was not the case. On our way back out, we were greeted by the property owner and his rifle and carrier. He was very direct in telling us that the trail was not OPEN TO PUBLIC. He did not threaten us, but his message was hear, or more so, see. We apologize and he lead us TO direction. Please DO not make the same mistake we DO. In fact, this trail should truly be removed from this app, as it's no longer a trail we have permission TO HIKE. DO not HIKE. I know many of us have been going here for a while and heard through grapevine that owners put up private property signs for liability reasons, but that they didn't mind hikers. That is not the case any longer. There are now fences and rope across the trail AT private property line, as well as purple No Trespassing paint throughout. This is not PUBLIC land; we have no right TO HIKE it. Be decent human being and respect fences. Fun HIKE with my 11yo daughter. There are definitely no trespassing / post signs but as far as I can tell, no one around TO stop you. It is game preserve so be sure your HIKE is outside of hunting times / seasons. No cell service out there but the iPhone will still use GPS on map here in the app and that was most helpful for following route; otherwise wed have get off track a few times. You start by crossing the first creek you come TO by walking over logs. This is TO your left and there isnt anything Posted guiding you. We actually go couple of hundred yards TO right as I was keeping creek TO my left, but that piece of advice applies TO after crossing the first creek. Nice waterfalls and no sound but flowing water out there. The last third of HIKE turns TO right and is quite steep TO summit. Variety of boulders AT top for climbing and scrambling and decent, but not 360 degree views AT top due TO trees. All in all, we thoroughly enjoyed it. This trail has challenges that some might feel difficult to overcome. My family and I have HIKE this trail for many years and throughout those many years, it has change. Trees fall and cross trail, stream changes its normal path due TO snow melt and heavy rains, and bushes and shrubs get bigger and wider. However, 1 and half Hour HIKE TO top is worth the trip. Balance, traction and grip are focus points while you HIKE this trail. Make sure small children stay with you as you HIKE-trail will get a bit slippery on top of the trail summit.

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