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Mary Jane Falls Trail

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Mary Jane Falls Trail

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susie m wrote a review Aug 2020
Grover Beach, United States3 contributions7 helpful votes
As a 65 yr old female, traveling alone to Nevada, I wanted to get away from crowds and potential Covid. The heat in town was unbearable, but it was in the low 80's on Mt. Charleston. I am used to walking at sea level in much cooler weather, so this rocky, uphill climb was certainly a challenge for me. But I persevered. It took several rest stops along the way and encouragement from fellow hikers, but I made it to the falls, lugging my heavy camera. There wasn't much water so the photography was not stellar, but proud of my achievement. I found the other hikers very engaging and sociable. Sunscreen, a shady hat, good shoes, a walking stick. water and a snack are good items to carry. It was well traveled and somewhat a visible path, but there are several shortcuts or side paths and a few people went astray. There are shady spots in rest and catch your breath.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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lawbewithyou wrote a review Jul 2020
Los Angeles, California3 contributions6 helpful votes
it is rocky and uphill all the way. gets worse and steep in the middle and near the top. loose gravel and rocks made it dangerous to navigate and descend. labelling it "Easy" was misleading. must have hiking boots and pole. phyically demanding, not suitable for young kids 5 or under.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Thomas Sims wrote a review May 2020
Las Vegas, Nevada290 contributions49 helpful votes
This hike is definitely a calorie-burner. Check the weather before you go so you can layer accordingly. The hike starts off pretty easy. Once you get to the switchbacks, you start the major elevation gain. Make sure you have plenty of water. There are a coupe of waterfalls, and there is a cave further down. The views there are amazing.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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madobies wrote a review Dec 2019
Olmsted Falls, Ohio273 contributions40 helpful votes
On the first Sunday in October, this trail was crowded with people yet still difficult to follow because of washout in the gravel trail and everyone taking their own path due to a lack of clear trail markers. If you get off trail, like I did, even following other people, it can make the hike steeper and harder because of sliding in the gravel. The end result is the effort just doesn't seem worth it for a waterfall that is just a trickle in October. The best part of the hike was seeing the golden Aspen leaves glistening in the sun.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Dan S wrote a review Nov 2019
Las Vegas, Nevada336 contributions134 helpful votes
We are right at the end of the hiking season for MJ Falls as it is not the best when the snows come and that is any time during mid-November until March. For us this hike is a family and visitors must do just for the views and the hearty pine forest smells and when completed a quick run over to the lodge for their alpine coffee or even better hot chocolate. Have Fun!!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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