One Duck Trail

One Duck Trail, Hydaburg: Address, One Duck Trail Reviews: 5/5

One Duck Trail
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Mary Jane R
Denver, CO75 contributions
Beautiful rain forest hike
May 2019
This was a relatively steep and mostly maintained trail. Built in mid-90s by Youth Conservation Corps, so parts of it are in need of some attention due to erosion. Great views of the valley and mountain ranges. Quiet and interesting hike.
Written 14 May 2019
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Kathryn G
9 contributions
Seems so far away, but it's not.
Oct 2017
I live in a near-by community and when you want to just " get away"; wander, replenish your sanity, and get some excercise, this trail is renewing.....to what's really important in life.
Written 9 July 2018
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ntravel14
hollis71 contributions
Great Hiking Trail
Jan 2018 • Couples
One Duck is a great hike if your interested in a moderate hike. The trail gradually inclines making it nice to go up or down the trail. It has steps so make sure you don’t bring a stroller! If you need a break, there’s plenty of logs or benches you can sit down and look at the view! My dogs enjoyed this trail as well.Pack a lunch picnic and enjoy at the top in the shelter :)
Written 16 April 2018
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Via_girl
Qualicum Beach, Canada2,989 contributions
Lots of stairs but not difficult
Jul 2015 • Couples
This is a well-maintained, gravel trail that gently climbs 1,100 feet to a rustic shelter at alpine level. Viewpoints along the way allow you to pause and take in the beauty of the valleys below. On our hike in July, we saw several wild flowers including marsh marigold, bog orchid, blue gentian, and monk’s hood. The trail is 1.25 miles one way which took about 40 minutes. Keep your eyes open for evidence of bark stripping near the start of the trail. Very interesting.
Written 21 September 2015
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