“A beautiful aspen-lined high country trail.”
— Brian Smith
This trail is most commonly used as a part of the Whole Enchilada from the junction with Burro Pass Trail #315
. From the junction, the trail continues in similar fashion with a steep, narrow descent in mixed forest. The grade mellows out quickly and, eventually, you'll find yourself climbing through huge aspen stands.
Once the trail tilts downward, hold on and enjoy a ripping, low-angle descent through the aspens (which are incredible in the fall, by the way.) At a junction, you can stay right to check out the lake or left to finish the singletrack. The trail dumps out onto the dirt road which you can follow downhill to Hazard County