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Great views along the way and at the end of this hike. Great work out also.

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Josh Campbell (77)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Very good workout. short enough that you can do it in an hour...difficult enough that you are getting a thorough workout. Not recommended for those with weak knees or ankles.

Daniel Frank (196)

5 Completed4 Reviews

This truly a 1000 steps plus.......everything you could ask for is here

Terry Burket (66)

1 Completed1 Reviews

This can be an excellent cardio workout. Better than a stepper.

Becky Conner (1102)

20 Completed4 Reviews

LOVE this climb! Make sure you go the whole way to the top...past the stone structure...and around the side of the mountain...this is where you will find the view worth "wobbly-legs" :)

Chris Lawler (114)

5 Completed5 Reviews

Nice view from the top.... Moderate hike

Janet Bucci (325)

47 Completed2 Reviews

Jack's Narrows is more of a " climb" than a hike. The climb begins immediately you pull off side of road and the ascend to the top is a work-out. The rugged "steps" continue straight up. Gotta be in decent shape to make it to the top. ( but views are well worth it!) along the way you'll see an a large stone structure used by miners. At the top an amazing view of the rivers below and railroad.!the boulder filled mountains are interesting and the history behind jacks mountain is also very interesting! To think these miners climbed this everyday is impressive. At the summit there are paths leading through fragrant pines and areas to just sit and admire the beauty!

Lorraine Kraft (252)

5 Completed5 Reviews

Beautiful hike up the mountain. the view from the top is spectacular in the fall. #stairmasteronsteroids :)

Jeremy Cirota (375)

10 Completed10 Reviews

Fun hike with the kids.

Alan Shaffer (134)

19 Completed2 Reviews

Great hike, but not when it is hot.

Chuck Wolfe (651)

14 Completed13 Reviews

The most amazing thing about this trail is the difficulty of the experience today was an everyday event for the worker's that built them. Many people use the trail as part of thier exercise routine as well as organizations for social gatherings. My daughter, Brianna, invited me to come along with her youth group from church. It has a great history and the vistas are amazing! The fellowship we had at the top made it all the more worthwhile. Going down is the most difficult because of the uneveness of the steps, be careful but don't let it deter you from the trip, it is well worth it.