Ten Mile Trail

The Ten Mile Trail travels through open pine forest

Ten Mile Trail #25


Description: The Ten Mile Trail is a sometimes steep trail that traverses loose talus slopes, crosses small drainages, and travels through open pine forest. One of the first trails in the spring to become snow free on the district. It is a link on the Pacific Northwest Trail. The campground across the Highway has no water and a vault toilet. The fee is $6 for a single car, $2 for an additional car.

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