North Fork Coffee Creek Loop Professional Review and Guide
"Most people use the North Fork Coffee Creek Trail to stroll 3.5 miles to historic Hodges Cabin, spend the day poking around the idyllic site, eat a picnic lunch, sign the guest register, then skip back down the trail at the end of the day. It’s a fine way to spend a day in the Trinity Alps. But to sample some of the most rugged, lonely wilderness in the Alps, don’t stop at Hodges Cabin. Beyond Hodges, you can use North Fork Coffee Creek Trail to reach Schlomberg Cabin, a dilapidated old miner’s shelter in a pretty green glade above the North Fork, as well as Wolford Cabin and the headwaters of North Fork Coffee Creek. Highlights: Rugged canyon scenery, cascading rivers, and numerous historic cabins."