Trail Gulch Trail 9w15

Klamath National Forest, California

Elevation Gain838ft
Trailhead Elevation5,518ft
Elevation Min/Max5518/6315ft
Elevation Start/End5518/5518ft

Trail Gulch Trail 9w15

Trail Gulch Trail 9w15 is a hiking and biking trail in Trinity County and Siskiyou County, California. It is within Klamath National Forest and Trinity Alps Wilderness. It is 4.3 miles long and begins at 5,518 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.9 miles with a total elevation gain of 838 feet. This trail connects with the following: Long Gulch Trail 9w14, Tail Gulch Trail 9w15, Abandonded? Not Found in 2015, 9w16, Trail Gulch Lake Trail and 9w02 & 9w60.

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Hiking Northern California (Falcon Guides)
Bubba Suess
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"This beautiful loop in a remote corner of the Trinity Alps Wilderness ascends one meadow-clad canyon and descends into another, adjacent canyon with more meadows and a raucous creek. The highlight of the loop is a pair of superb lakes nestled in giant granite cirques at the head of each canyon. Most of the Trinity Alps lie in the large Trinity River watershed, its creeks and rivers south before joining the main stem of the Trinity. However, the northern fringe of this vast block of mountains drains two other rivers that are also tributaries of the Klamath River. The northeast corner is the headwaters of the Scott River; the remote mountains a little farther west are the source of the Salmon River. The mountains where these rivers begin are the Scott and Salmon Mountains, respectively."

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Trail Information

Klamath National Forest
Nearby City
Trinity Alps Wilderness
Skill Level
Additional Use
Scott River Ranger District, 11263 N. Highway 3, Fort Jones 96032 (530) 468-5351;
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