David Nickelson

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Doris Creek Trail

The Doris Creek trail is a relatively steep trail, made more difficult by the large amount of loose rock which covers the trail. Fist-sized and babyhead-sized rocks make this 1,500 ft climb over 3 miles

Doris Creek Trail

The Doris Creek trail is a relatively steep trail, made more difficult by the large amount of loose rock which covers the trail. Fist-sized and babyhead-sized rocks make this 1,500 ft climb over 3 miles

Avalanche Lake Trail

The Avalanche Lake trail in Glacier National park is a hiking trail leading to spectacular views of Avalanche Lake. The trail begins following the Trail of the Cedars, a wheelchair accessible loop (Adaptive level 1-2)

Smith Lake Upper Loop

The Smith Lake Loop is part of the Swift Creek complex of the Whitefish Trail system. I recommend taking the trail counterclockwise in order to make the bulk of the climb on a hard packed

Lone Star Geyser Trail

The Lone Star Geyser trail leads to the Lone Star Geyser Basin with its namesake geyser as the main attraction. The trail is suitable for all types of off-road handcycles and provides disabled individuals a