“An up and down ridge traversing trail that tends to keep you dry.”
— Chris Wandervans
Can be snow covered from December through March.
This trail is a great alternative to Willow Creek in the spring time if you want to keep your feet mostly dry. There are a couple small water crossings, but nothing like Willow Creek. The trail undulates over a number of draws, but follows some contours in a couple of places. In the center where the trail gets a little steep and loose. The last part is a twisting descent down to Willow Creek. It weaves through some rocks and goes along a cliff edge, so be sure to stay on the trail.
Additionally, there are many connecting trails around that can be used to make this hike into a loop.