Flat Creek Hwy 135

Total Miles
27.2

Elevation

1,885.69 ft

Duration

2.5 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

The route is gravel, stone, and loose rock in different areas along the route. The route is very scenic along the way as you make your climb from 2700' up to 6200'. The route might be dusty or damp depending on the weather. Snow could make it impassible, if going too early in the spring or summer. Bear, Deer, Moose, and other wildlife can be seen at times on the route. Berries can be found and picked in the later months of summer. One part of the route will take you through a burned-out section of forest. Cell Service is hit-and-miss along the route. Fuel up in Superior before starting out on the route. There are many scenic spots along the way to stop for a packed lunch. Quinn's Hot Springs on Hwy 135 is just past the Segel Road campground.

Photos of Flat Creek Hwy 135

Flat Creek Hwy 135
Flat Creek Hwy 135
Flat Creek Hwy 135

Difficulty

The route comprises two and single-lane roads. The route is mainly gravel with loose rock in places. Snow could hinder you from completing the route if done too early in the spring or summer.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

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Access Description

If trailering; drive North through Superior, cross the bridge in town, and turn right to the Big Eddy Fish Access to park. Big Eddy is 1/2 mile from the turn on E. Mullan Road.

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