camping and hiking in lieu of backpacking at Frozen Head State Park. After we arrived and got camp all setup, we were ready to embark on our first hike of the weekend. We sat at the picnic table at our campsite considering our options and finally concluded on hiking the Panther Branch trail to North Old Mac trail and back down for a nice 6.25 mile loop hike.
Debord Falls for a refreshing dip in the pool of the falls. There was only one couple with a dog that shared the trail with us that day, well at least only part of the way. They were a young couple and had a pretty big dog on a long leash. It helped to keep Clover moving forward once they past us. You know, it gave her something to sniff after. :P
Garmin Dakota 10 GPS I was trying out (to be reviewed in a later post) there was another campsite at the end of the trail and an unmarked overlook. We decided to walk back to the campsite and check it out. This would make a great backcountry site as it is secluded from the trail, affording nice privacy from other hikers. The overlook affords a nice view as well. Water access would be a haul though.
Tim and Robin
P.S. Again excuse the abnormally poor quality of the photos. We only had that crazy point and shoot with us. :P
More technical details of our hike on Trimble: