Locked down for now

  • Jessica Else / The Garden Island

    Two hikers follow a flow of people cutting around the newly constructed fence to the trailhead to Queen’s Bath in Princeville Wednesday.

  • Jessica Else / The Garden Island

    A fence now stands in front of the trailhead at Queen’s Bath in Princeville, with a locked gate warning of hazardous conditions and no trespassing. The gate will be unlocked when conditions are no longer hazardous, according to Princeville Community Association.

  • Jessica Else / The Garden Island

    Scores of cars line the parking lot and the road in Princeville fronting the trailhead to Queen’s Bath, where a new fence and gate have been constructed to keep people out during hazardous conditions.

  • Jessica Else / The Garden Island

    After about a month of existence, passers by are already leaving garbage and litter at the gate that marks the trailhead to Queen’s Bath in Princeville.

  • Jessica Else / The Garden Island

    A sign warns no trespassing and hazardous conditions on a newly constructed fence and gate in front of the trailhead to Queen’s Bath in Princeville.

  • Jessica Else / The Garden Island

    The trail leading down to Queen’s Bath in Princeville is seen through a newly constructed, chainlink fence.

PRINCEVILLE — Warnings about dangerous terrain and drowning risks are now posted at the trailhead to Queen’s Bath, attached to a new fence that spans the hillside in front of the trail.

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