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Hiking & Walking: Wyoming > Bridger-Teton National Forest > Jackson Ranger District

Quick Facts

Coburn Creek Trail

Beginning Elevation: 6,320 Feet (1970.1 Meters)
Difficulty: Varies Stream crossings difficult in high water
Elevation Gain: 3,440 Feet (1072.3 Meters)
Ending Elevation: 9,760 Feet (3042.4 Meters)
Length: 10 Miles (16.67 Kilometers)
Trail Number: 3011
Usage: Moderate
USGS Maps: Observation Peak




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General Description

TRAIL BEGINS: Spur road off Fall Creek Road, .25 mile West southwest of bridge over Fall Creek (0.5 mile north of Pritchard Pass).

TRAIL ENDS: Divide Trail

ATTRACTIONS: This trail has access to Divide Trail and Snake River Range near Observation Peak.

Directions from Jackson: At Hwy. 22 follow Fall Creek road south from highway to bridge crossing Fall Creek in willow bottom. Spur road on right approximately .25 miles after bridge leads .1 miles to trailhead. From U.S. Hwy. 89: Follow Wilson - Fall Creek road north roughly 2 miles to Pritchard Pass. Turnoff to trailhead is on left 0.5 miles north of pass.

Seasonal Information:
Normally Accessible: July through October .



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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Backpacking
Yes
ICON Hiking & Walking Coburn Creek Trail
Yes
ICON Horseback Riding
Yes
ICON Mountain Biking
Yes



Related Activities
Coburn Creek Cut-off Trail - This trail begins at a hunting camp in the south fork of Fall Creek and ends at the Coburn Creek Trail junction, connecting the two drainages.



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