Blind Canyon

Total Miles
4.0

Elevation

1,494.53 ft

Duration

0.75 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

This scenic out and back runs through the lower valley and crosses a few streams. You spend most of the time passing through a sizeable burned-out forest section with monolithic trees burned to poles. They allow for a clear view of the beautiful mountains surrounding the valley. For side hikes, there are plenty of locked gates to old logging roads to get deeper into the wilderness. The trail's end is a rock barricade with any continuation happening on foot. There's enough room for a medium-sized rig to turn around. Longer rigs may want to take advantage of the large camping spot just before the end of the trail. The trail's end also emerges from the burned forest into lush green trees and brush. There are a few campsites right along the sides of the route. They do not appear heavily trafficked, so they may not be too noisy. There are two bars of Verizon LTE the whole way.

Photos of Blind Canyon

Blind Canyon
Blind Canyon
Blind Canyon

Difficulty

The trail has some ruts and is narrow with the potential to have to clear deadfall after a storm or in the springtime. There is no winter maintenance.

Technical Rating

2

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