See Canyon Trail 184 & See Spring Trail 185

  

A short but challenging trail that offers a variety of plant life and sights. Especially pretty in the fall when maple, aspen and oak show their fall colors. Idyllic setting along Christopher Creek, lined with mint, fern and grasses.

At a Glance

Usage: Light
Restrictions: No motorized vehicles are allowed. If you PACK IT IN, PACK IT OUT!! Carry an adequate supply of drinking water. One gallon per person per day is recommended during hot periods. Not recommended for horses. Do not drink untreated water. Giardia, a protozoan, is in many water impoundments and streams.

Activities


Hiking

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Day Hiking

This is a challenging, primitive trail. It is washed away in places and the final 2 miles have frequent steep climbs. Generally water may be found for the first 2 miles only. The trail crosses Christopher Creek, which is subject to flooding. If it has been raining, it is best to avoid this trail. The See Spring Trail 185 branches off the See Canyon Trail 184 and dead-ends at the spring.
Elevation descSouth end: (6,100 feet elevation): at Forest Road (FR) 284 North end: (7,860 feet elevation): at Forest Road (FR) 300
Difficulty Level: Most Difficult
Areas & Activities

Location

 
  Area/Length : 
See Canyon Trail: 2.4 miles, See Spring Trail .5 mile

  Elevation : 
South end: (6,100 feet elevation): at Forest Road(FR) 284North end: (7,860 feet elevation): at Fores - 7,860 feet

 



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