Ripple Rock Trail:
The trail was named after two pinnacle stone masses in the middle of Seymour Narrows.
Trail Safety: There are several natural hazards associated with this trail – notably, high winds, slippery rocks and steep cliffs. Children should be supervised at all times. Wild animals may also be encountered, as you are hiking through bear and cougar country. Hike in a group and make loud noises to alert wildlife of your presence. Ticks: Ticks are often found in tall grass and in rocky, brushy areas – mainly through the months of April to September. Take precautions and check yourself (and your dog) for ticks at the end of your hike. Trail Etiquette: Please respect private and public land. Keep to established trails; short-cutting damages plants and increases risk of erosion. Keep your pet on a leash or otherwise under control. Pack out everything you packed in.