Sherar Burn Road

Total Miles


1,449.59 ft


2 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

This trail begins easy and mild, but the further up and back you travel, the more rocky and overgrown it becomes. Erosion ruts and potholes are present throughout the trail - some ground clearance is advised. Trail debris (downed trees) are possible. About four miles into the trail, it begins to become more overgrown. Beyond this point, it only becomes more and more overgrown. Full-sized vehicles will definitely be scratched, so be advised. The trail ends at a "campground" at Kinzel Lake - there really isn't anything but a few open spaces and an odd rock structure. Kinzel Lake is tiny but beautiful. Trail not maintained in winter months.


Uneven, rutted dirt trail with potential for loose rocks and sandy washes. Water crossings less than a foot deep. Potential for mud holes and trail obstacles up to 12", including ledges and short, steep grades. Roads are typically one vehicle wide with places to pass.

Technical Rating


Status Reports

Philip Coufal
Aug 12, 2023

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