Saturday, February 26, 2011
Sunday, February 20, 2011
http://www.geocaching.com/ for more information.) From this point the trail drops into a saddle before the final climb to Kitsuma Peak. The drop into the saddle was shorter then we expected as we looked across to the peak from the end of the ridge.
We made a last stop to find the cache Right behind You just before reentering the picnic area. We had hiked 7 miles with an elevation gain of about 1450 feet. This was a longer hike then we have been doing but wasn't too strenuous. The marker at the beginning of the trail rates it most difficult but if you are looking for a nice woods walk with good views you would only have to hike a mile or so each way to have a good experience.