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Right Fork Wildhorse Trail - No. 84

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

Phone:
208-588-3400
Basics
Length:
1.5 miles
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Time:
1/2 to 1 hr
Trailhead Elevation:
8000 feet
Season:
July to October

Description

This very scenic trail is enhanced by much vegetation and a number of waterfalls. At one spot the hiker crosses the creek with a choice of wading the swift water or crossing on a very high fallen log. Trail continues to follow the creek through alpine timber and meadows. Of interest is the snow slide area that has left hugh piles of trees. The upper section is filled with glacial boulders that are more difficult to traverse. To the left of the trail and through the boulders is Arrowhead Lake. This is a very difficult climb with no defined trail, but well worth the effort to this scenic lake. To the right of the canyon is airplane Lake where the fisherman may catch a few rainbow trout. This lake sits for the most part under Mt. Hyman. Once again, there is no real trail to this lake and the hiker must negotiate granite rocks and ledges, but will be rewarded for the extra effort.

Details

Length:
1.5 miles
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Time:
1/2 to 1 hr
Trailhead Elevation:
8000
Season:
July to October
Additional Details:

Trail Begins: Trailhead off from Wildhorse Road #136 approximately 1/2 mile beyond the wildhorse mining cabin. The forks then goes back together. Trail extends from the right hand road.

Trail Ends: Head of Canyon

Convenience available: Parking is available at this location.

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