Content by Wildernet
This interpretive trail follows an historic mining flume and highlights the mining, cultural and geologic history of Myrtle Creek, where more than 100 years ago miner Jim Slinkard found a 47 ounce gold nugget the size and shape of an axe! Today the trail offers wildflowers, the unusual Darlingtonia plant and many ferns. Interpretive information at 15 stops along the way is available on signs at each stop and in more detail on the Myrtle Creek brochure available at the Smith River National Recreation Area Visitor Center.

Directions: From Crescent City, Take Hwy. 101 to the junction with Hwy. 199. Go east on 199 to the Myrtle Creek Bridge. The trailhead is on the west side of the bridge on the right side of the road.

Elevation: 200 feet

Ending Elevation: 300 feet

Elevation Gain: 100 feet

Distance: 1.0 miles

Difficulty: Easy

 
  • Be the first to Review
Your rating for Myrtle Creek Trail
Tell others why (optional):
You have 850 characters left.

Address:
Six Rivers National Forest, California


Visitor Information


The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

Review by Wildernet Copyright © 2010 Wildernet.com all rights reserved.

advertisement

advertisement

advertisement