The trail follows the South Fork of the Imnaha River and provides numerous access points to other trails. This is a well maintained trail with easy grades through open pine forest. The area known as the “Blue Hole” is two miles from the trailhead. Look for a long, deep pool running through sheer rock walls. The hike to the “Blue Hole” is an excellent day hike and fishing is good in this area.
This trail is generally clear of snow from June to late September. Expect winter debris (down trees, etc.) in the early season. Trail may not be maintained on a regular basis – obstacles on the trail may be present year-round.
Hiking, Fishing, Horseback Riding