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Friday, October 21, 2011
You find the trail to Twin Falls along the left(north) side of the cemetary; just follow it and you soon cross a little stream and start heading south; this is an old grownup jeep road that is mostly level; it's all easy hiking for the most part. It winds through the forest for a ways until it curves around to a stream crossing. You may find a bit of deadfall blocking the trail here and there, but nothing too extreme. When you get to the stream crossing, you may get a little wet (particularly during the wet spring season) but hopefully not much. After crossing the little stream, according to Tim Ernst, you have two options; either follow the little stream down to Big Devil's Fork Creek and downstream to Twin Falls, or stay on the road a little longer and angle downhill further on. There is no trail if you bushwhack down the little streamside; it's rough in spots. I decided to stay on the trail a bit further. (next)