Hiking Team: Dave Miller, Rosie Miller
Date: July 5, 2022
We drove down from the crater rim about three miles and stopped at this 1.2-mile loop trail. The trail took us through an old growth forest overlooking a canyon with pinnacles. The waters of Duwee Falls tumble over Munson Creek and tore through the steep-walled V-shape canyon at a rapid pace. Once past the creek the trail circled back to a quieter forest where we saw deer among the red fire and mountain hemlock trees, dwarf huckleberry and good old horsehair lichen hanging from some trees. This time I did not eat the lichen. That evening we ordered salmon, rice and vegetables from the famous Prospect Historic Hotel and Dinner House, a National Registered Historic Building, built in 1889 and enjoyed them in our travel trailer.