At the end of this trail are the amazing Coke Ovens that are in really great condition. The ovens are on private property, so please stay on the designated route. Pack out your own trash, or any you run across to help keep this trail open.
In the 1900s, ovens like these were used in the production of coke. The coke was made by baking a mixture of different kinds of coal at high temperature without contact with air. It was then used in a blast furnace to produce iron ore.
Follow directions for Box Canyon, Trail #62. After 15.6 miles you'll reach a major “Y” intersection with a beat-up yellow sign and black arrow. Turn right for Coke Ovens.