The trail leads northeast from the highway, staying close to the creek edge and crossing it several times. Hikers will find the trail is only visible in sections, because of the generally rocky terrain. The tail (worn mark in the ground) is only visible when it enters the trees or there is some ground cover. Hikers can generally just pick their own route close to creek, following it up stream. Many small waterfalls, canyons, deep clear pools, and interesting rock formations can be discovered this way.
Length: 5.5 km round trip to first viewpoint, 11 km to round trip to second view point.
See part of the trail in google street view here.
This area is currently open, but please respect physical distancing requirements when using hiking trails and other areas throughout the Northern Rockies.