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The Basics


jt-clearThe trails are open all year.


jt-checkIt is open to hiking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, mountain biking and horseback riding. Dogs are welcome. ATVs are allowed on the Killpecker Trail.


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jt-clearThere are no parking or day use fees.


jt-moderateBoth trails are moderate and they total 8.6 miles long.


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Description

The North Lone Pine and Killpecker Trails see relatively little use which makes them ideal for some solitude.

The North Lone Pine Trail is 4.5 miles long. It follows North Lone Pine Creek for a while then past North and Middle Bald mountain before ending at Forest Road 517.

Killpecker Trail is 4.2 miles long. It follows Killpecker Creek, crosses Forest Road 300 three times, and will bring you very close to the summit of Middle Bald Mountain before ending at Forest Road 517.

North Lone Pine Trail isn’t as steep but Killpecker Trail is best if you want to climb to the top of Middle Bald Mountain. To hike both trails in a big loop is right at 12 miles.

Guides

If you are looking for a guide to take with you on the North Lone Pine and Killpecker Trails System:

Trails

North Lone Pine Trail

Killpecker Trail ranges in elevation from 9,180 feet at the trailhead to 10,960 feet near Middle Bald Mountain. North Lone Pine Trail ranges in elevation from 9,360 feet at the trailhead to 10,680 feet at the intersection of Forest Road 517.

jt-moderate North Lone Pine Trail (4.5 Miles)

jt-moderate Killpecker Trail (4.1 Miles)

Directions

To get to the trailheads, turn west off of US 287 on Red Feather Lakes Road at Livermore. Stay on Red Feather Lakes Road for 24 miles, then turn left onto Deadman Road. The North Lone Pine Trailhead will be 4.2 miles from the start of Deadman Road and the Killpecker Trailhead will be 6.8 miles from the start of Deadman Road.

Select the Google Map tab next to the Just Trails Map tab at the top of the page to see a directions map.

You can help other people explore by leaving some comments about the North Lone Pine and Killpecker Trails below.

North Lone Pine Parking Area

Killpecker Parking Area

 

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