Boyer Trail 148


The higher elevations support ponderosa and pinyon pine. Lower elevations are brushy; scrub live-oak and manzanita are common. This trail has scenic overlooks of both Roosevelt Lake and Salome Creek. Portions of this trail traverse the Salome Wilderness.

At a Glance

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Open Season: April - October
Usage: Light
Restrictions: Closed to motor vehicles and all other forms of mechanical transport (e.g. bicycles). Carry an adequate supply of drinking water: one gallon per person per day is recommended during hot periods. Caution should also be taken when using this trail in the summer heat. If you PACK IT IN, PACK IT OUT!! Portions of the trail are rough and steep; this trail should be traveled with caution. Beware of poison ivy near springs.
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Day Hiking

The Boyer Trail forks off of the Hell's Hole Trail one air mile north of Hopkins Mountain. It roughly contours around this mountain before dropping into Boyer Canyon. It is within the Salome Wilderness for 3 1/2 miles of its length.
Elevation descNorth end: (5,500 feet elevation): 2½ miles west of Reynolds Trailhead on Hell's Hole Trail 284 South end: (4,100 feet elevation) at Forest Road (FR) 265 (Boyer Cabin).
Difficulty Level: Difficult

Horse Riding & Camping

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