Yeager Cabin Trail #111 lies in the drainage of Little Yeager Canyon. Ponderosa pine forest shades the trail as it gradually climbs its way towards Yeager Canyon Trail #28
. Yeager Cabin Trail #111, just southwest of the Mingus Mountain Summit is excellent for watching wildlife. Fortunate visitors may see deer, elk, and a variety of birds. Black bears also make their home in this area.
Rolled rocks along the trail show where bears have passed by, turning stones in search of grubs and other insects. Yeager Cabin Trail #111 serves as a connection between Trail #28 and Little Yeager Canyon Trail #533
. These three trails form a 6-mile loop that passes through lush riparian vegetation and deciduous hardwood forest in the bottom of Yeager Canyon.
Portions of this trail may be overgrown with brush.
Check out this USFS brochure
for more info.
Shared By: Brian Smith