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The trail descends Greenhorn Mountain crossing several seasonal drainages on moderate grades before a steep descent into Delonegha Creek.

The Badger Gap Trail begins one mile north of Oak Flat Lookout Road on Rancheria Road. The trail descends Greenhorn Mountain crossing several seasonal drainages on moderate grades before a steep descent into Delonegha Creek. Just above Highway 178, the trail connects with Kern River Trail. The trail traverses oak woodlands and mixed brush, and provides some fine views of the Lower Kern Canyon.

Directions: From Greenhorn Ranger Station, Travel northeast on Oak Flat Lookout Road (County Road 465) for about thirteen miles. The trail begins 1 mile north of Oak Flat Lookout Road and Rancheria Road.

Elevation: 2,200 feet

Elevation Gain: 2,100 feet

Distance: 10.2 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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Sequoia National Forest, California


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