“A forested track that runs along a valley floor.”
— Isaac Bozeman
Birding · Fall Colors · Lake · Swimming · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife
It is flat.
Closes at dusk.
This trail follows a fire or access road, so there is no parking at the trailhead. You can park just down the road at the base of Mt. Erie, or take Trail 225
from the parking lot and take a left on Trail 226
. The trail is pretty simple, but there are quite a few great trails connected to it such as: Whistle Lake Loop
, Trail 207
, and Trail 226
Flora & Fauna
Along the trail you can expect to see birds, aspen, firs, pines, deer, and much more!