Williams Creek Trail #802
From Summit Flat the trail lies an easy downhill grade to 1.1 miles. From this point the trail grade changes to a steep uphill grade to the intersection of Nipple Mountain Trail #800 at 1.8 miles. It continues on an easy uphill and downhill route to 2.9 miles after which it pitches steeply downhill to 3.5 miles. The grade changes to up hill at 3.7 miles and continues on an easy downhill grade with a few short, steep pitches to its terminus at 5.1 miles at its intersection with Ten Mile Creek Trail #415.1. There is an old unmaintained trail which intersects with Trail #302 at 4.2 miles from Summit Flat. The trail is a popular hunter access trail during the early and general big game hunting season. The only water along the route is at its lower terminus in Ten Mile Creek, and must be treated before drinking. The trail passes through a variety of timber including Engelmann spruce, alpine fire, lodgepole pine, grand fir, western larch, and ponderosa pine.
At a Glance
|Restrictions:||No motorized vehicle use allowed.|
|Closest Towns:||Elk City, Idaho|
|Water:||Surface - must treat for drinking|
|Information Center:||Red River Ranger District, 208-842-2245|