White Pine - Bunchgrass Canyon Trail
ElevationAscent: 2,257' 688 m
Descent: -208' -63 m
High: 8,373' 2,552 m
Low: 6,324' 1,928 m
GradeAvg Grade: 6% (4°)
Max Grade: 32% (18°)
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“A gorgeous trail with expansive views of glacial canyons, flowery meadows, and rugged alpine peaks.”— Tomsen Reed
After passing the several ponds, the trail starts to wind up and over a series of ridges until it eventually reaches down into White Pine Canyon, and meets up with the White Pine Canyon Trail. From here, the trail veers to the west and heads up this glacially carved canyon, which makes for easy grades and great running terrain. The trail is also very soft and powdery, but not sandy which makes for some great running through this section.
The trail goes by White Pine Creek, which often has a good amount of water flowing through it and is really pretty. This area also allows for great views of Mount Gog, one of the two mountains that flanks White Pine Lake.
After passing through several open meadows of flowers and sagebrush, the trail starts to ascend slightly more steeply as it rises with the steepening creek. After climbing, the trail starts to move on into the canyon that houses White Pine Lake, and you start to get great views of both Gog and Magog. Eventually, the trail ends at a four-way junction that splits off going to Tony Grove or toward the shores of White Pine Lake.
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