“Most of the run is through the woods with about 500-yards in the wide-open.”
— John Giantonio
Summer use - open
Winter use - Snowshoes, Fatbikes and the occasional Nordic skier.
Dogs: No Dogs
Begin at Skunk Hollow and follow the Blue Diamond blazes. The trail will soon be marked with its name.
There are great views of the mountain all along the way, but the true natural beauty of the trail is the forest. You'll find yourself in the shadows of the pines and then in the wide-open spaces with nothing but blue skies above.
Don't be surprised by the mule deer you see along the way as this trail brings you through their summer feeding areas.
Flora & Fauna
Deer can be found along the way.