White Pine Basin Trail
ElevationAscent: 301' 92 m
Descent: -276' -84 m
High: 8,666' 2,642 m
Low: 8,373' 2,552 m
GradeAvg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 13% (7°)
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“A shortcut when doing the Brim Trail or the best way to access an amazing overlook.”— Tom Hanson
Family Friendly This wide path can be used to make smaller loops, and can be a fun hike to the viewpoint on its own.
It's worth noting that the character of the trail changes slightly after the meadow portion. From about the 1.25 mile mark, the trail becomes a strenuous little out and back with an amazing view of the Pineview Reservoir. Just head up the doubletrack on the south end of the Brim Trail and work your way to the top. The view looking back into Powder Mountain is spectacular and worth the grind.
Even though this is a doubletrack it does not feel like you are on a dirt road. Instead, the trail seems more like you are on parallel single tracks. You'll need to switch from one side to the other as you work your way up and down the trail.
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Land Manager: Powder Mountain Ski Resort