“If you don’t know where you’re going, you might end up someplace else.” —- Yogi Berra

Daisy Dean Creek Trail to The Narrows

  • Distance: 4.84 Miles Out and Back
  • Elevation Gain: 525 ft.
  • Difficulty: Easy Walk in the Woods

Directions:

Daisy DeanTRAVEL 32 MILES WEST OF HARLOWTON ON HIGHWAY 12, THEN 14 MILES NORTH ON SPRING CREEK ROAD 274 TO WILLOW PARK ROAD 189, THEN 8 MILES EAST ON ROAD 189 TO TRAILHEAD. ANOTHER WAY TO ACCESS THIS TRAIL IS TO TRAVEL 24 MILES WEST OF HARLOWTON ON HIGHWAY 12, THEN NORTH ON FINDON LANE ROAD 6520 FOR 9 MILES TO THE FOREST BOUNDARY. JUST INSIDE FOREST BOUNDARY FENCE, GO TO EAST SIDE OF PARK AT TIMBERLINE TO TRAILHEAD.

Daisy Dean Trailhead, Trail 619, aka Daisy Canyon Trail … begins at the Daisy Creek Campground. Take the meadow trail # 619 thru forest and open meadows. There is one creek crossing before you reach the narrows.  You might get your feet a little wet during high water seasons.  

The Narrows is 2.5 miles from the trailhead. The creek goes thru a narrow canyon with 200 foot high cliffs on either side.  At this point, the trail is actually in the creek.  We stopped our hike without going thru this canyon because rain was expected and it is very dangerous to get caught in a flash flood in the canyon.

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