OverviewDescriptionGetting ThereFacilitiesThis trail takes hikers to the top of Eagle Mountain (nickname Boulder Mountain) ReviewsPhotosTracksShare your experience to help other people learn more about this trail:Write ReviewUpload PhotosUpload Trackswade spencer (87)1 month ago5 Completed2 Reviewsalot of fun but no real trail to use. you can either go up the narrows trail and then cut up hill or if you park near the end of the road by the picnic area there is a low water crossing on a closed road that will lead you around the west/ south west side of eagle mountain. But overall is a great hike to the top we climbed all the way up to the highest point was so beautiful. i wouldnt bring a dog with you. we did but had to carry him several times even thou he was a large lab, just a tough climb but very worth it. would do it in jan and feb to not have to watch out for snakes.Helen Holstein (155)6 months ago2 Completed2 ReviewsAwesome hike! Being from Appalachia I'm not used to so much exposed granite rock. A friend and I went up to the (almost top) of Eagle Mountain and then down into the fjord to the rock that looks like a gigantic tree stump from far away. The trail disappears at parts so you just have to create your own. This hike sn't for the faint of heart! Lots of steep slopes. Watch out for cacti and snakes!Julie Whitley (113)10 months ago9 Completed2 ReviewsGorgeous scenery! Wouldn't recommend for someone that's not used to hiking and climbing, some areas are difficult. Don't go alone and keep your eyes open for rattlesnakes. There's a high population in the area and I've personally come within inches of being bit by one. Not a whole lot of foot traffic so is a nice quiet escape. Still one of my favorite trails!Jess Easley (77)1 year ago2 Completed2 ReviewsThis was difficult I would not recommend this if you are not a physically fit person. We highly enjoyed it because it was challenging to us, but we only did it after being prepared for the journey. We were exploring, hiking, and rock climbing for around 8 hours. Awesome!Andres Padilla (123)1 year ago15 Completed1 Reviewssome of the most beautiful scenery in the word is on this trail. i am a very experienced hiker and this one is one of my favorites. definitely very difficult for anyone just starting to get into hikingAndrew Johnson (100)1 year ago0 Completed1 ReviewsGreat views. Wonderful park roaming livestock. Well marked trails many more trails to chose from. If your planning a trip bring a fishing pole and your holding boots. I will defiantly be going back.Derek Muegge (81)2 years ago1 Completed1 ReviewsBe cautious as the "trail" can drop you down on some ledges and you can get yourself stuck on the edge of a cliff. Lots of fun tho and watch out for rattle snakesEric L. (758)2 years agoPretty fun climb. No real trail. It's about finding your way to the top in a way that suits your fitness. Great views and fun times. Starting to see snakes, so be careful. We saw a broadbanded copperhead on our way back to the car.Tyler Harding (10411)3 years ago53 Completed59 ReviewsMe and my son Tayler hiked this for his 10th birthday and it turned into an incredible adventure. We started our hike early in the afternoon on a nice April day. We started at the Narrows Trail trail head but immediatly headed off-road towards eagle mountain in the distance. After passing through some trees we reached the bottom and began our ascent. This is more of a light climb than a hike and takes planning to navigate around the many very large rocks and boulders. it is INCREDIBLY fun to climb. I've heard that the nickname for this mountain is boulder mountain due to its unique characteristics. It was a challenge for my son at age ten but he stuck with it and we made it to the top. Great pictures, great time and incredible memories. This is not a well-known trail and so there seems to be little foot-traffic which is a plus in my book.