Forest Service Road 236

Total Miles
1.8

Elevation

144.91 ft

Duration

0.44 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

Forest Service Road 236, nestled in the southwestern corner of the Land Between the Lakes, offers a scenic and engaging experience for off-road enthusiasts. With its starting point at the crossroads of FSR 230 and 236, the trail meanders southeast towards Highway 79, presenting a mix of gravel, dirt, and mud terrains. The path is adorned with the natural beauty typical of LBL, featuring dense forests and gentle turns. While the trail does not connect directly to Highway 79, requiring a return journey, it provides a series of manageable challenges such as ruts and mud holes, all of which are currently bypassable. This makes it an ideal training ground for those looking to hone their off-roading skills or for newcomers eager to test their vehicles' capabilities. Although seasoned drivers may find it less demanding, the trail's accessibility for standard 4WD vehicles makes it a welcoming environment for a broad range of adventurers seeking a taste of the wilderness.

Photos of Forest Service Road 236

Forest Service Road 236
Forest Service Road 236
Forest Service Road 236

Difficulty

This is a pretty easy trail. The higher rating is due to some fairly deep washouts and mud holes, but these can be bypassed.

Technical Rating

3

Status Reports

There are no status reports yet for this trail.

Access Description

Enter at the intersection of FSR 230 and 236.

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