Ten Mile Trail
The Ten Mile Trail is a short, sometimes difficult, 2.5 mile trail that connects to the Pacific National Scenic Trail. You can access the trail from two trail heads; the lower access is off of Hwy 21 at the Ten Mile Campground, and the other is a bit off of Scatter Creek Rd in the Swan Lake area.
The trail is sometimes steep, and traverses loose talus slopes, crosses small drainages, and travels through open pine forest. It is one of the first trails in the spring to become snow-free on the district. Be aware that there is a chance of coming across a Western Rattlesnake basking on the warm, south-facing talus slopes.