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Posted By: lost2gether
- Thu Aug 09 18:21:13 UTC 2018
UpsideThe route provides a loop. A cool reprieve from the summer heat. DownsideParts of the Griffin portion are quite rough, decent boots required to avoid rolled ankles. Lynn Creek to Cedar Mills trail is overgrown and a little hard to navigate. CommentWe did this from the Lynn Headwater's parking lot stairs via Baden Powell and Griffin Switchbacks. Took just under 5 hours with a 1/2 hour break at Kennedy Falls. The route from Lynn Creek to the Cedar Mills Trail was a little hard to follow, took a couple of runs at it. Wish I had some flagging tape with me. My GPS tracks for this had Baden to Kennedy Falls 6.2 KM: return via Lynn Creek 5.4KM.
Posted By: keeponTruckin
- Wed Dec 23 06:49:28 UTC 2015
UpsideVery nice viewpoints scattered throughout the trail. You will pass many large Cedar stumps with the living one being the centre of attention. After the large Cedar, towards the falls, you will cross these dry creekbeds and there is a nice view across to the otherside of Lynn Creek at each one. Right after the large cedar, there is a trail that leads you to the creek. Id imagine in the summer when the creek is shallow, people cross to the otherside and loop around/connect with other trails in the area.
Kennedy falls is also amazing. There are shallow areas that I would imagine you can swim in, I went during winter and the flow was too heavy, and dangerous to manoeuvre across the falls. DownsideTrail IS NOT labeled on the hike so you better take a pic of the map at the parking lot before you do this hike. There is just one sign that points you to Big Cedar Trail but it is on the road, not at the trails itself. Trail is also extremely muddy, and slippery. Wear proper shoes, and dont step on the logs.