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Burnt Aspen-Kane Canyon Trail - No. 55

Contact Info
Salmon-Challis National Forest
716 West Custer
PO Box 507
Mackay, ID 83251

Phone:
208-588-3400
Basics
Length:
9 miles
Difficulty:
Easy,
Intermediate
Time:
3 - 4 hours
Trailhead Elevation:
7100 feet
Season:
July to October

Description

From Wildhorse Canyon this colorful trail switchbacks through aspen until it crosses Burnt Aspen Creek. At the top, it drops down into Kane Canyon where it leads over 2 picturesque footbridges. Visitors should be prepared to stop at the top and view the scenic Devil's Bedstead and Pioneer Mountain Range. Wildhorse Canyon is part of the traditional open range area and the visitor will most likely come upon grazing cattle, although mountain goats are also known to be in the trail area.

Details

Length:
9 miles
Difficulty:
Easy
Intermediate
Time:
3 - 4 hours
Trailhead Elevation:
7100
Season:
July to October
Additional Details:

Trails Begins: Access #1 begins at Burnt Aspen Creek form Trail Creek Road #208 and Wildhorse Road @136. Access #2 begins at Kane Road #134 off from Trail Creek Road #208.

Trail Ends: Kane Canyon Road #134

Conveniences available: There is parking available at both sites. However, there are no modern conveniences at either location.

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