(profile to trail junction)
PARKING AND FACILITIES: The is parking for 6+ vehicles, but no other facilities
TRAIL: For the first mile the trail follows an old loggin road that is now indistinct. It then begins to climb steeply with many switchbacks, over a divide at 6200 feet, and then drop to the Stafford Creek trail #1359. The trail is in fair condition with little erosion. There are a few minor creek crossings, and a spring is close to the trail near the top of the divide.
SETTING: Valley bottom, stream, old-growth tress, old logging, ridgetops, open hillsides, meadows, riparian zone, subapline zone
OPPORTUNITIES: Hiking, horseback riding, scenery, wildlife, wildflowers, camping.
Gregg Petrie ©2000