A wonderful short hike. We saw several lizards, ravens, and a snake. There were a number of stream crossings, but nothing difficult. You need a hat, sunscreen, good shoes, and lots of water. We went on a cooler weekend in early June.
Crossed the stream 16 times each way (it's a 3.8 mile in & out hike). So much water!! My feet were drenched; i gave up & just marched thru b/c there was too much water, not enough rocks to hop across on.
Like the author below, I hiked shortly after a rainfall (probably the same storm) but I enjoyed the crossings and found the hike to be wonderful. Just no pleasing some people. You won't get a "wow" view at the end; however, hiking amidst the groves...更多
We hiked the Murray Canyon trail a few days after a rain in the desert. We had to cross the stream in many places and, by the end of the hike, both of my boots and socks were soaked. The stream is not easy to...更多
This was a gorgeous hike along a river that at the turnaround point had a view of some very interesting but private, old stone homes that I assumed are Indian owned. Great spot, maybe an hour to complete and then good picnicing.