“A pleasant trail that follows along Fourmile Creek.
— Eric Lee
Birding — Fall Colors — River/Creek — Spring — Views — Wildflowers — Wildlife
Sections of mud and downed trees are common.
The trail starts off at a steep drainage, where the trail is not very defined. This section is short, but may require minimal scrambling and is significantly more difficult to navigate in the snow. Once at the bottom of the drainage, the trail is clear and defined. Sections of the second half of the trail are less defined. If you are having difficulty finding the trail, just stay along the creek and you'll be fine.
Fox, deer, moose, woodpeckers, wild roses, juniper, and other animals can be found here.