Bear Pond Trail

Total Miles
1.2

Elevation

601.41 ft

Duration

0.3 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Summer, Fall, Spring

Trail Overview

This short offshoot provides a slightly technical two-track trail with protruding rocks, good-sized dips, and low spots that hold water and soft mud. It's easily passable in the summer for any pickup/SUV with good clearance and 4WD just in case. During rainy seasons, it proves a little more challenging as water collection and slippery mud make it more difficult to traverse. Off this trail are some primitive campsites and access to the Bear Pond non-motorized hiking/biking trail that leads to Bear Pond. Cell reception is not available along this route. No permit is required, but sign-in is encouraged especially if staying overnight. No motorcycles or ATVs are permitted. Read all signage and respect rules and wildlife. Don't litter.

Difficulty

This is a two-track with some small technical sections that may make slightly higher clearance and 4WD necessary.

Technical Rating

3

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