Trail Begins: On the South Cottonwood Creek Road, #10050, approximately 1 mile west of the forest boundary
TRAIL ENDS: On a two-track road about 1/2 mile north of the South Beaver Creek Road, #10121, and 1 1/2 miles west of the forest boundary.
This trail is obscure and difficult to follow north of North Horse Creek because of braided cattle trails. South of North Horse, the trail is clearly marked and passes 2 tie-hack cabins.
Directions: From Big Piney, Travel about 13 miles north of Big Piney, turning at sign on US Hwy. 189-191 for Cottonwood Cr./S. Cottonwood Cr. Continue west, following the signs to North Cottonwood Cr. road #10125. Turn South about 1 mile west of the forest boundary and go to South Cottonwood Creek road #10050. The trail head is just over 1 mile west of the forest boundary, though it is not marked.
Elevation: 8,180 feet
Ending Elevation: 8,400 feet
Elevation Gain: 220 feet
Distance: 12.0 miles
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