Type: Camping Camping campground, camp spot
Activities:
  • Mountain Bike
  • E-Bike
  • Hike
  • Trail Running
  • Horse
  • Dirtbike
  • ATV/ORV/OHV
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Trail Conditions
  • Unknown
  • Snow Groomed
  • Snow Packed
  • Snow Covered
  • Freeze/thaw Cycle
  • Icy
  • Prevalent Mud
  • Wet
  • Variable
  • Dry
  • Very Dry
LEGEND
Trail Difficulties
  • Access Road/Trail
  • White
  • Green
  • Blue
  • Black
  • Double Black Diamond

Trail Report Status
  • Clear / Green
  • Minor Issue / Yellow
  • Significant Issue / Amber
  • Closed

  • Land Owner Overlay
  • Wilderness (typically no bikes in USA)
  • BLM (public)
  • USFS (Wildlife sanctuaries darker than usfs)
  • State land
  • Indigenous
  • Military
Trail Conditions
  • Unknown
  • Snow Groomed
  • Snow Packed
  • Snow Covered
  • Freeze/thaw Cycle
  • Icy
  • Prevalent Mud
  • Wet
  • Variable
  • Dry
  • Very Dry
  • Map Markers
  • trail Trail Head
  • photo Photo
  • place Directory Listing
  • region Riding Area
  • TTF TTF
  • Parking Parking
  • Viewpoint Viewpoint
  • Information Information
  • Warning Warning
  • Directions Directions
  • Sight Sight
  • Restrooms Restrooms
  • eBike Charging Point eBike Charging Point
  • Water Fountain/Source Water Fountain/Source
  • Gate Gate
  • Trail Sign Trail Sign
  • Table or Bench Table or Bench
  • Ladder Ladder
  • Stairs Stairs
  • Bridge Bridge
  • Camping Camping
  • Cabin Cabin
  • Lodge Lodge
  • Bear Cache Bear Cache
  • Dock Dock
  • Ranger Station Ranger Station
  • Summit Summit
  • Other Other
Camping facilities (table, fire ring, and toilets) are located at the east end of Cub Lake. Cub Lake is excellent fishing and is accessible from shore at several locations.
The trail then runs up the drainage that connects Boiling and Cub Lakes. Facilities (tables, fire rings, and hitch racks) are located at Boiling Lake. The trail finishes by switchbacking up the ridge behind Boiling Lake, to Horsehead Pass.
Water is generally available along the trail, but should be treated.

Trail is closed to bikes from Prince Creek to Cub Lake as well as within Lake Chelan- Sawtooth Wilderness, because apparently bikes damage the dirt more than horses do. /sarcasm alert.
  • By boxxerace TRAILFORKS
  • #4437