Great escape from the city

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User: tarrains - 3/24/2012

Location: Good Water Trail

Rating: 4point5stars
Difficulty: 3point5stars  Solitude: 4point5stars
Miles Hiked: 8.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments:

We started off by a few fishing areas and hiked four miles around the bend, up and down a hill, and through meadows to a friends campsite. We swam some but freaked out when we saw a snake. We fished some but it wasn't a good time of day. The camp site was very secluded. We hiked back in a race to beat the sun. The hill was much harder on the quick return. This lake has interesting and has ever changing terrain, beautiful scenic overlooks, and very open but secluded campsites. Sorry I can't remember the names of the trails or campsites.



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