NFS 5368

Total Miles
2.5

Elevation

258.17 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

This route can be run from east to west or vice versa. The trail has a few places where water and mud can accumulate depending on recent weather, but they usually aren't significant. There is one mud pit that is very trenched out towards the eastern portion of this route. It is a totally optional line as there are multiple other lines to take around this mud pit. If you are up for a challenge, this mud pit can get very deep and can accumulate logs and other debris. Inside this pit, there is a tree root ledge that depending on the direction you're coming from, you will either drop from or have to climb over. A small lifted 4x4 can expect to get high-centered. Beyond this obstacle, this trail is a gorgeous, easy-going trail that allows you to get out in nature and enjoy the National Forest. Whether you're using this trail for off-road use or to access hunting, hiking, mountain biking, or dispersed camping, you really can't go wrong with NFS 5368. The North Country National Scenic Trail (hiking trail) does run alongside this route. Also note that many other side trails spur from this route.

Photos of NFS 5368

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Difficulty

This trail has a Technical Rating and Difficulty of 2 due to the trail typically only being wide enough for 1 to 2 vehicles. Otherwise, this trail could be rated as a 1. It's a very easy and beautiful route.

Technical Rating

2

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