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Squib Canyon Trail - No. 52

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

Phone:
208-588-3400
Basics
Length:
6 miles
Difficulty:
Easy,
Intermediate
Time:
1.5 - 2.5 hours
Trailhead Elevation:
7700 feet
Season:
July to October

Description

Trail follows Squib Creek part of the time through fir trees. At the avalanche chute, the scenery changes to more grass and brush with a more open view. Visitors should note that there are thick areas of scrub where the timber has repeatedly been destroyed over the years by numerous major snow slides. Elk is often spotted on this part of the trail. At the head of the canyon the breathtaking view of the Little and Big Fall Creek is a study of contrasts: A variety of timber, mountain peaks and grasslands. Visitor should also watch for signs of marten, deer, coyotes and beaver.

Details

Length:
6 miles
Difficulty:
Easy
Intermediate
Time:
1.5 - 2.5 hours
Trailhead Elevation:
7700
Season:
July to October
Additional Details:

Trail Begins: Access #1 begins at the mouth of Squib Canyon, North Fork Road #128. Access #2 begins up Little Fall Creek Road #502 off Trail Creek Road #208. Trail leaves end of right hand road. This road is recommended for 4 x 4 vehicles.

Trail Ends: This trail ends at the head of Little Fall Creek end of Road #502

Convenience available: Parking is available at both accesses.

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