Total Miles


769.43 ft


0.5 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

This gravel trail lives up to its name with minimal troubles, but like all trails, they have unexpected occurrences such as down trees or washouts. Trail G3 is not to be confused with Trail 3, as there are major differences. Trail G3 is a mild gravel road; hence the "G" designation, and stays well maintained as this is the easy route to access the more difficult trail section. Trail 3 is a very difficult trail with near vertical ledges and large boulders. G3 starts in a large intersection of other trails, but dead ends into Trail 3, and if not prepared will require you to turn around and take the trail back to exit. This trail meanders the valley and has a hard-packed bottom, even in the large shallow water holes.


Hard packed gravel with shallow water holes create an easy ride.

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Access Description

The beginning of G3 is located at the intersection of trails G33, G37, and 5.