Total Miles


311.22 ft


1 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer

Trail Overview

This trail will take you down a valley in Wayne National Forrest. Much of this trail is a gravel road but you will find sections of big rocks, creek water over the road, and even a small section of mud holes to get dirty. You first start out by traveling down a curvey gravel road with plenty of rock formations and even see some abandoned structures. You will come to a fork in the road if you go right you will find perfect spots to camp right off the trail. You can also continue past the camping spots onto another trail. I turned around due to poor conditions and couldn't continue on the trail that way. But if you take the left at the fork in the road you will find the road with a layer of water to splash in due to flooding. After you pass the small part in the road with water over it you will come to a dirt road that turns back into gravel to end the trail.

Photos of Wildcat



Youll come across off-camber ruts and deep mud holes.

Technical Rating


Status Reports

Jason Routh
Mar 09, 2024
2022 Ford Bronco
trail was in good condition despite being a rainy day. 6'8" max height to go under tree.

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