Laurel Mountain Trail #121
7.4 mi - Moderate - Most begin from the upper end to take advantage of the downhill grade. This trail descends gradually as it passes through several gaps. In many places dark green mosses and ferns border the trail. At one point the trail crosses underneath a rock overhang. You will notice a difference in vegetation as you move from the rich soils found in the gaps to the dry soils of the ridges. Most of the trail is south facing, staying fairly dry except for the few places where small creeks cross the trail. Because of its location, this trail does not receive much use.
Approximate Elevation Change: 1,800 feet
At a Glance
|Restrictions:||Hiking Trail: Foot traffic (Sections of trail open for mountain bike use).|
|Operated By:||US Forest Service|