Canyon Fork

Total Miles
2.5

Elevation

1516.05 ft

Duration

Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Summer, Fall

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Trail Overview

From east to west, Canyon Fork Trail starts off with several steep switchbacks on loose dirt with loose rocks. Trail is likely to be dusty in the summer. The trail levels out and is a moderate single track on a mostly smooth surface with several roots and mild cliff exposure. Much of the trail is in the shade of the trees. The trail crosses an unmarked road, then pops out of the trees on a dustier single track with some loose rocks and sun exposure. Trail crosses Spades Connection Road, and the last segment of the trail turns into a wider road for a bit, then ends with a couple more loose switchbacks. The trail gains 1,700 feet steadily over 2.5 miles.

Difficulty

Easy

Technical Rating

3

Access Description

Eastern trailhead is accessed on Canyon Forks Creek Road, and connects to the Huckleberry OHV route for the west trailhead.