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User: Miles - 9/17/2006

Location: Comanche Bluff Trail

Rating: 5stars
Difficulty: 4stars  Solitude: 5stars
Miles Hiked: 4.16 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: My dog China,and I hiked the Western end of Comanche Bluff today.It rained on us about a mile out.The hike must go on I told myself,as China looked at me as if I were crazy.We hiked out to the lagoon,and back.The only thing I can say,or tell you about hiking Comanche bluff during a rain storm is,that the trail gets very slick,and will be hard for a human(one with two legs)to get back up those hills,you just when down while hiking out.When it rains,and your out on the west trail more than a mile remember this.This trail is NOT for the city slicker.The trails can be unforgiving at times.This is way I love this hike so much.Every time I hike this trail,it's a different challenge.This trail is where it's at,if YOU want to really GET INTO Mother Nature.Be ready for a good,but a tough hike.One that you'll proud of at the end!

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