Drew Canyon Trail #291
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This old pioneer trail, which was built prior to 1909, starts high in the ponderosa pine, firs, and bracken fern. It originates at the Crook Trail, crosses the Hole-in-Ground gravel pit road and drops off of the Rim.
At a Glance
Length: 1 mile
Elevation: 6,750 feet - 7,600 feet.
Be watchful for a lag tree along the way, a tree that was once used as a fire lookout before lookout towers were built.
Due to the steepness of this trail, be sure to wear sturdy shoes and carry plenty of water.
From the north - Take Forest Road 34 to Forest Road 300; turn right (west) and drive for approximately 3.4 miles to Forest Road 9350. Turn south on 9350 and travel one mile.
From the south - Take State Highway 260 to Forest Road 300; follow Forest Road 300 for 5.4 miles to Forest Road 9350. Turn south on 9350 and travel one mile.
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