This little-known hike follows an old logging road along a high mountain valley south of Independence Pass. All along the way, you will spot saddle-notched platforms that look like cabin foundations. In fact, these are old timber landings, upon which logs were stacked to await shipment. Logging may have begun here as early as the 1880s, during the boom years of mining in Independence and Twin Lakes.
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Directions to: Graham Gulchprint directions
Trail Statistics & Information
|Elevation Gain||940 ft|
|Skill Level||Moderately strenuous|
|Season||Early July to mid-September|
|Trailhead Elevation||10,550 ft|
|Top Elevation||11,440 ft|
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