EASY DAY HIKE
3.6 miles 1,650' elevation gain
17% grade (moderately steep), but well-built trail. Wildflowers in spring.
Can be highly dangerous if snow is below 4,000' elevation, due to steep cross slopes.
The hike continues up to a bridge over Chambers Creek, with waterfalls above and below.
Beyond the bridge the trail becomes substandard, and was overgrown with Deerbrush about a mile further up as of Mar 2015.
hike is in Plumas National Forest; owned by the public, managed by
Plumas National Forest. Backpacking welcomed; campfires welcomed
except late Summer & early Fall.
Maps Apr 2021 edition