“The everything trail at Munger; aspen, pines, meadows and views.”
— Leslie Kehmeier on May 25, 2013
DescriptionPoison Creek is the heart of the Munger Mountain trails; a major connection to everything else in the system.
Starting from the North Fall Creek trailhead, the route climbs out of the gate and quickly gets into the aspen trees found throughout the area.
At the intersection with Wally's World, Poison Creek continues straight and contours around a small hillside and then descends gradually to an intersection with Cosmic Carol's #4206A.
From there the route climbs along a small creek, crossing a couple of earthen bridges. The trail steepens as it climbs up to the ridge. It pass through alternating pine and aspen stands to the intersection with Wally's World #4207A, Tusky Ridge #4206 and Squaw Creek #4205B.
ContactsLand Manager: USFS - Bridger Teton National Forest Office
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