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T Trail

Easy/Intermediate

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3.7 mile 5.9 kilometer point to point
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 604' 184 m
Descent: -590' -180 m
High: 2,372' 723 m
Low: 1,876' 572 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 6% (4°)
Max Grade: 18% (10°)

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Easy trail with easy to follow signs and gentle grades.

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The T Trail begins at the northern end of the campground and takes an immediate left after going through the gate. Hike through the trees and slumping ground to where a new trail has been constructed through a large section of slumping hillside. The trail continues to descend until reaching a cattle trough.

Stay right at the junction with the CC Trail and cross a small stream bed. Follow the drainage along a myriad of cattle trails and take a right at a gated fence. Trend east towards another cattle trough.

Here is the junction of the T and PS Trail where you'll head directly south hugging the bottom of a large butte on the right. The trail continues through trees and begin climbing into a narrow draw before depositing you at the junction of the PS Trail, ER Trail and I Trail.

Follow the I Trail to the campground or one of the other trails to continue onward.

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#81

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#26,495

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North Dakota Badlands and Little Missouri River from the I Trail
Apr 15, 2015 near Manning, ND

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