Beware south side from Tejas Camp

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User: codepink - 10/9/2005

Location: Good Water Trail

Rating: 1star
Difficulty: 2stars  Solitude: 2stars
Miles Hiked: 4.50 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: My wife and I usually start from Cedar Breaks and head west, but yesterday we started from Tejas Camp and headed east on the south side of the lake. Big mistake. About 2.2 miles in, the trail narrowed, became difficult to see, then disappeared altogether in the tall grass. It's not impassable, but it certainly wasn't worth the trouble and was a disappointing end to what might have been a nice trail. Guess they've been so busy with the San Gabriel trail that they forgot to maintain this one.

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