Run to this remote overlook if you need peaceful isolation and shady forest.”
— Megan Wilder
Features: Views — Wildflowers — Wildlife
Dogs: No Dogs
This former road is becoming increasingly overgrown by the encroaching forest. This being said, it is generally easy to follow with some blown down trees to climb over or around. There are some old trail markers nailed to trees, but you may not spot them.
After an initial short ascent from the start at Point Subline Road, the trail is gently downhill over rolling terrain. Wildflowers make their home here, but they will likely be your only company on this infrequently used primitive trail. There is a single picnic area near the end of the trail.
Flora & Fauna
Indian paintbrush, lupine, pines, aspen,ponderosa, lizards, deer, rabbits.