Birding · Fall Colors · River/Creek · Views · Wildflowers
Be careful not to cause damage to the tread during mud season.
The beginning has a log and some gnarly roots. Around the mid-point, there is a short but steep rock section.
This is a very sweet singletrack with an amazing viewpoint at the end! Sections of the trail sweep through some Douglas fir and Grand fir forest with little under-story. The scenery is so beautiful in fact, that runners forget about any pains or fatigue when climbing this section!
Flora & Fauna
Blue Pod Lupine is abundant during the spring
Shared By: Jim Mellen