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This eight and two tenths mile foot and horse travel only trail travels through subalpine country with many open parks, lakes and streams.

Trailhead Location:
North: Sand Lake.
South: Parking Area at Brooklyn Lake.
Legal Description: T. 17N., R. 79W.

General Information: This trail goes through high flat subalpine country with many open parks, lakes and streams. The trail is seldom maintained and hard to find. It mostly follows closed old jeep roads. In spring and early summer, portions of trail are covered with snow drifts. Open to foot and horse use only.

Directions: From Centennial, South Trailhead: Travel 8 miles northwest on State Highway 130 then 2 miles northwest on Forest Road #317.

Elevation: 10,600 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,300 feet

Distance: 8.2 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming

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