The trail map forgot to mention that this is 7 miles down a dirt road, so make sure you have a 4 wheel drive. After a good rain, this trail is certainly not "easy" - moderate at best is a good description. Its muddy & uneven surfaces could easily result in slippages. I would go again, but in a larger group. Its extremely remote - if something happens/emergency, you can forget about calling for help - you'll be lucky if there's anyone else on the trail!
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