Brewer to Cresent FSR

Total Miles


1,363.05 ft


0.33 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

This single-wide trail is pretty well maintained but at the same time, I would say not heavily traveled. This drive was great to see the fall foliage change. The objective of taking this trail was to connect from the Kind Eddie side of the backcountry FSR network over to the Aberdeen Lake Side. This is the first section of this. You follow Brewer FSR which will eventually turn into Crescent. The road is mostly dirt and gravel, loose rock but easily traveled on with anything with a bit of clearance. The road does not seem to be actively being logged. No cell coverage along the way so make sure you have some kind of communication like an In-Reach or Spot or even a HAM Radio.

Photos of Brewer to Cresent FSR

Brewer to Cresent FSR
Brewer to Cresent FSR
Brewer to Cresent FSR


Overall not a challenging trail. There are a few rutted areas but they can easily be passed with care

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Access Description

Off Highway 6 you take the King Eddie FSR and then continue onto Brewer.

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