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The trail follows the Little Brush Creek road through a large rock quarry to the road's end. Along this first stretch, there are few trees along the edge of the narrow canyon. The trail then ascends out of the rock quarry into Grizzly Hollow. As you are leaving the quarry, you enter timber of Lodgepole Pine and Douglas Fir. The trail continues through the Hollow for approximately 1 mile, turns east for about 500 yards, then junctions with the Bassett Springs Cross-Country Ski Trail. To continue on the Little Brush Creek Trail, the skier must follow the flagging to the right. From this point, the skier will be able to see Highway 191. The trail parallels the highway from on top of a sagebrush plateau paralleling the trees. Here there are some aspen mixed in with the pines. The trail then drops off the plateau through the pines back onto the road that will take the skier back to the trailhead.Directions
Route begins 22 miles north of Vernal, (43 miles south of Manila) on Highway 191. Trail begins at the junction of Highway 191 and the Little Brush Creek road located on the west side of the highway. A parking area is at the trailhead. Look for the blue and white trailhead sign.Highlights
Trail goes through rock quarry then into Grizzly Hollow and passes through timber of Lodgepole Pine and Douglas Fir.