Knapp-Loon Creek Trail #4036

  

The Knapp-Loon Creek Trail #036 is 15.5 miles long. It begins at the Loon Creek Guard Station and ends at its junction with the Hay-Knapp Creek Trail #4032.

Allowed uses for this area include: Backpacking, Hiking, Horseback Riding; however, users should check the  Trail Condition Report before attempting (not all trails are suitable for stock).

The majority of this trail is within the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, with about 4 miles outside the boundary. Wilderness regulations apply to all users, and visitors should follow the “Leave No Trace” land ethic.

Carry a saw and a shovel, appropriate clothing, a supply of food and water, and first aid gear. Cellphones usually do not have service in this area, and help is not readily available.

Designation of a trail or road should not be interpreted that the trail or road is passable, actively maintained or safe for travel. Seasonal weather conditions and natural events may render roads and trails impassable for extended periods. Many designated roads may only be passable by high-clearance or four-wheel drive vehicles. Maintenance of trails and roads will depend on available resources, and many may receive little maintenance. Users should exercise caution and take appropriate gear for the anticipated conditions and weather.

Activities


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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
15.5 miles

 



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