224B

Total Miles
0.7

Elevation

863.77 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Fall, Summer, Spring

Trail Overview

This is a short connector trail from Beason Meadows to East Fork Meadow Creek. It goes along the bottom of a forest floor underneath tall and thick white pines and is lined with ferns, making it very dark and shaded. The trail is easy the whole way as it is flat and wide with no notable obstacles. It goes along a creek and is very scenic. This area of the Giant White Pine trail system has several short and easy trails (or segments of longer trails) that connect up at several intersections and can be used to make a couple of short loops near the Giant White Pine campground. This area is great for beginnings or for a quick ride if staying at the campground or local to the area. You will also likely see hikers on the sections of these trails that are close to the campground.

Difficulty

This is a short and easy alpine single-track connector trail with no obstacles.

Technical Rating

2

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