Newlin Creek Trail
Newlin Creek Trail wanders up a little canyon following the remains of an old logging road. Due to floods and deterioration, it’s tough to tell that this trail was once a road. Rocky cliffs loom over the trail in spots, while little waterfalls and cascades dance down the creek. After crossing one wooden bridge, the trail crosses creeks 18 times on logs and rocks. The most interesting features of this hike lie in the destination meadow. An old steam boiler, flywheel, and chimney are all that remain of a sawmill operation.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Elevation Gain||1,360 ft|
|Duration||2.25 - 4 hours|
|Season||Best from mid-May to early November|
|Trailhead Elevation||7,000 ft|
|Top Elevation||8,360 ft|
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