“A rough trail that follows an old mining/timber road and creek bed.”
— Charlie Glasel
This trail follows an old mining road that has been decommissioned and criss-crosses a stream bed much of the way. It is rough and has many steep pitches. Overall, the trail weaves through ponderosa pines, oak, and juniper.
There is a fair amount of catclaw in spots. East to west this is a tough climb. As a downhill, it has loose and rocky spots so you'll not be able to rip down it like on Sierra Prieta Trail #366
, which parallels this trail to the north.
This trail is not numbered or maintained and doesn't see a lot of traffic. Access is via Potts Creek Trail #327
from the east (bottom) or Thumb Butte Road at the top.