This is a scramble of a trail up but the down is harder on the ankles and legs. Coming down the trail while trying to not break your ankle is always a challenge! Plus the loose rock, ice and running water make a fair run at your endurance.
November always is unpredictable weather-wise. Be prepared for quick weather changes, high winds and lots of rain and water. Snow is always a threat from November on.
Don't block the trail entrance, it is a Fire Access Road to the top.
Flora & Fauna
Wildlife is ever present if you are observant. I have noticed White Mink, Pine Martin, Coyote, Monster Whitetail and Bear, Ruffed Grouse and these smallish tan moths in late November everywhere. Moths in November! If you are a Naturalist or Conservationist, you'll love this area.
Be quiet and stealthy and you'll be rewarded with more and frequent wildlife observations during your visit.
Shared By: Trail Run Project Staff