Walnut Spring Trail

Total Miles
3.5

Elevation

1,334.78 ft

Duration

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Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

This out-and-back trail begins right off Seven Spring Road, and immediately there is a sandy river wash to cross. Be aware that it could be hazardous in flash flooding conditions. Shortly after, there is a gate that could potentially be closed, maybe in the winter months or for land management. The trail is not significantly challenging, but it does have a couple of notable sections. Water erosion on the trail exists in a few places. There are a few more sandy river washes to cross. Again, not usually an issue but could be in flash flooding conditions. A couple of short sections have loose rocks present. The trail ends with a long, steep uphill climb that leads to a Private Property gate. Please be respectful of the owner's property. A small turnaround spot is just below the gate.

Photos of Walnut Spring Trail

Walnut Spring Trail
Walnut Spring Trail
Walnut Spring Trail

Difficulty

This out-and-back trail begins right off Seven Spring Road and immediately there is a sandy river wash to cross. Be aware that it could be hazardous in flash flooding conditions. Shortly after there is a gate that could potentially be closed, maybe in winter months or for land management. The trail is not significantly challenging but it does have a couple of notable sections. Water erosion on trail exists in a few places. There are a few more sandy river washes to cross. Again, not usually an issue but could be in flash flooding conditions. A couple of short sections have loose rocks present. The trail ends with a long, steep uphill climb that leads to a Private Property gate. Please be respectful of owners property. A small turnaround spot is just below the gate.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

Adam Price
Sep 30, 2023
2014 Jeep Wrangler
Temporarily Closed
Closed Gate

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