“A gentle trail that crosses Holder Creek (expect to get wet!) at about 1 mile before ascending further up Taylor Mtn.”
— Vikram Sahney
Typically this trail is closed seasonally, October 15 to April 15; however other trails in the network remain open.
Need to Know
The trails in this network are multi-use so be ready for horses or bikes depending on the trail.
No parking permit required. Bathrooms exist at the trailhead.
You'll get wet. Slow down for the creek crossing so you don't sprain an ankle on slippery rocks.
Departing from the large parking lot this trail winds slightly left before curving right to parallel Holder Creek. There are numerous views of the creek and opportunities for creek access. At about one mile in, the trail crosses the creek which ranges from ankle to knee deep. The cool water can be quite refreshing on a hot day!
After crossing the creek, the trail begins to ascend more steeply up Taylor Mountain before connecting with other trails in the network.