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This five mile hiking trail can be accessed from trailheads near either the North Fork or Brooklyn Lake Campgrounds and is a link between the two. Trout fishing is available along the trail.

Trailhead Location: East side of Forest Road #317, 1.2 miles north of junction with State Highway 130.

Legal Description: T. 16N., R. 78W.

General Information: This trail is an excellent all around, all year use trail. It follows the North Fork Little Laramie River for most of the distance and then crosses the river. Inexperienced hikers should not try to cross during high water. The trail is not maintained and is difficult to find.

Directions: From Centennial, West Trailhead: Travel 8 miles northwest on State Highway 130, then 1.2 miles northwest on Forest Road #317East Trailhead: Travel 3.5 miles northwest on State Highway 130, then 1.7 miles northwest on Forest Road #101

Elevation: 9,900 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,300 feet

Distance: 5 miles

Usage: Moderate

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming

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