Mud Slide - FS 5011

Total Miles
2.2

Elevation

248.57 ft

Duration

1 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

FS 5011 is a primarily sandy and rocky trail that traverses the Manistee National Forest. This trail has many mud holes that can range up to 20 inches deep depending on recent rainfall. There are a few mud holes with bypasses around them. These bypasses are still very muddy and can be slick. Additionally, there are some tree stumps sticking up into the bypass that is about 6" tall. The easiest way to access the trail is from FS 5314 on the west side of the trail. However, the trail can also be accessed from FS 6124 on the east side.

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Mud Slide - FS 5011
Mud Slide - FS 5011
Mud Slide - FS 5011

Difficulty

The trail can have mud pits that can get deep depending on recent rainfall.

Technical Rating

3

Status Reports

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Access Description

The easiest way to access the trail is from FS 5314 on the west side of the trail. However, the trail can also be accessed from FS 6124 on the east side.

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