Bathhouse Trail is a 4 mile moderately difficult trail that begins at an elevation of 2,000 feet. Beginning at the Bathhouse Trailhead, this low-country, year-round accessible trail passes through stands of chaparral, oak woodlands and pine forests separated by glades and meadows and rock outcrops. The trail offers great views of the South Fork of Stony Creek Canyon, but no access. This trail is recommended in the late fall, winter or early spring. Horseback riding and backpacking permitted.
Directions from Stonyford: Travel 9.5 miles west on M10, turn right onto road #18N03, when you pass Fouts campground turn right onto 17N51 and travel approximately 2 miles to the trailhead.
(NOTE: This trail is recommended in the Late Fall, Winter or Early Spring.)