Larison Creek was a quick substitution for Obsidian Trail hike, which was cancelled because of lingering snowfields.
Because it was such a warm day, we agreed that it was a good choice, as the canopy of the Douglas firs and red cedars kept us out of the sun. We noted the lack of wildflowers which have been so abundant recently. The trail was noticeably dry and Larison Creek flowed quietly. However, about halfway down the trail we had noted an inviting swimming hole which was much too good to pass up. The water was refreshing! And we completed the day in good cheer.
The trail is in good condition and we shared it with a small number of mountain bikers.Members: Lynda Christiansen, Diana Masarie. Nonmembers: Erin Noble.
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