Iron Stab

Total Miles
6.4

Elevation

365.18 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer

Trail Overview

This trail is on National Forest land. A hunting/fishing license or land pass is required to enter. Expect beautiful wooden views during spring and summer. The trail is half gravel and half dirt; rain will create a few washout ruts and some mud sections. There's a deep water pit with a mud bottom located at the end of the trail.

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Iron Stab
Iron Stab
Iron Stab

Difficulty

This trail is mostly gravel with some slick mud areas. It has a deep mud section at the end of the trail.

Technical Rating

3

Status Reports

C. Flanders
May 25, 2024
4x4
Open
Normal
Muddy/Wet
Trail was open and fairly empty. I saw two other people the entire time I was there. As mentioned by others, the beginning third or so of the trail is a fairly smooth gravel road that turns to dirt and then to mud/sand as you go further in. The trail is very beginner friendly and doesn't really require any technical skill so to speak. Pretty much all of the side trails are closed via bar gates (at least today). Saw some wild turkeys strutting around and some hawks floating overhead. All-in-all, a nice way to spend the afternoon.
Shane Massey
May 16, 2024
4x4
Open
Normal
First 1/2 gravel than dirt. Well maintained some ruts towards the end, which has a HUGE deep mud puddle at the bottom of a hill. Several shoot-offs but most were closed. Most that were open were short & ended at a parking area or campsites; however, one was open and went a long way. turned around when dirt turned into sand. old cemetery on right about half way in. plenty of wildlife around. spent about 3.5 hrs.

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