After spending a couple of days in the Potholes area and Columbia National Wildlife Refuge, we made our way over to this trail before heading back to the west side of the state. There were plenty of people here during the Saturday we hiked. The trail was easy to spot going up the hillside and the cars parked, even if it is unmarked. No services or bathroom at the trailhead, It is all completely exposed with no shade, so make sure to be prepared for sun and to be hydrated. We hiked the two-ish miles out to the first big sand dune and back. We didn’t have any troubles finding the trail, but having it loaded on AllTrails was helpful too, to be sure of where we were. The trail goes up kind of steeply in the first half to three-quarters of a mile, then kind of rambles along the top of the bluff to the sand dune area. The area was really cool and would recommend to see.