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Gray Eagle Creek Trail is an easy 2.2 mile hike at an elevation of 5,800 feet. This trail descends along the west side of Gray Eagle Creek for 1.8 miles to a junction to the town of Graeagle.

Gray Eagle Creek Trail (12E23.1) is an easy 2.2 mile hike at an elevation of 5,800 feet. This trail descends along the west side of Gray Eagle Creek for 1.8 miles to a junction. At the junction you can travel 0.4 miles east across Gray Eagle Creek to another trailhead on the Gold Lake Hwy. Or you can continue north 0.4 miles to a 4 WD road which goes through mostly private land for 2 miles to the town of Graeagle.

Directions: From Graeagle, Travel south on Hwy. #89 for approximately 1.25 miles and turn right onto Primary Forest Route #24. Follow this road for approximately 3 miles and turn right onto the road to Gray Eagle Lodge. The trailhead is on the road to Gray Eagle Lodge, just west of the creek. Trailhead T.22N., R.12E., SW 1/2 Section 32.

Elevation: 5,800 feet

Difficulty: Easy

 
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Plumas National Forest, California


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