Beautiful scenery not a difficult hike or trail run. Kids with MTB especially will love it!
This is a walk-in hunting area in the fall so if hiking, biking, horseback riding or just recreating, make sure to look up hunting seasons and wear bright orange!
Need to Know
There is cattle along this trail so be cautious of calves and respect them on their home.
This trail starts from the southern parking lot for Burnt Hollow, which is BLM land. It's fairly well-used and you'll likely see hikers or people on horses. It'd be great to see a lot more bike activity on the trail.
The trail has a lot of potential, but needs some love (aka riding) to get into decent condition. It is pretty rough for the first two miles or so with all the cow tracks right now. After about two miles of riding, you start into a fairly decent climb. About halfway up the climb, there is a fork, with the left hand path going off to the north. Keep on the main doubletrack trail to ride a few more miles to the south/east end of Burnt Hollow.