Corkscrew

Total Miles
7.5

Elevation

1,870.30 ft

Duration

1 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

Corkscrew is a trail that runs off FS322 and runs south into numerous canyons. There is a large area of private land in the middle section of the trail, stay on the main road and close any gates that are encountered. The trail is single vehicle wide with room to pass and is mostly loose rocks with some sections being primarily dirt. There are a few rock gardens along the way with obstacles just over 12" and multiple low-lying areas that will be shallow water crossings after rains. The sections that are dirt are in good condition with little to no rutting. Cell service is strong on the higher ridge lines, but diminishes quickly in the canyons. Views through the trail vary from limited canyon and meadows to wide open at higher elevations. 4X4 vehicles will have no issues traversing the trail. The trail ends in a canyon meadow and can be run as an out and back, or utilize either Redwater/FS9517 or Dead Deer/FS9589 to explore more.

Difficulty

You'll come across larger loose rocks, and rock gardens with obstacles just over 12". There is a potential for water crossings.

Technical Rating

3

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