“A short trail climbing from the Swank Trail to the Sundance Valley Trail before heading south to Sundance Mountain.”
— Scott Todd
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This trail branches off the east side of the Swank Trail
, at a junction marked by a 40-foot pillar of rock. The eastward trail begins as a nice singletrack but then the climb, which is fairly steep, is a bit eroded with poor traction. Once atop the ridge it returns to a beautiful trail with nice views and intersects, at the 1 mile mark, with Sundance Valley Trail
. That intersection is easy to miss, marked only by a set of dead branches leaning against a tree in a teepee shape. The trail then continues eastward before turning south and finishing on top of Sundance Mountain.