The Bear Wallow Trail leaves National Forest Road 693 (NF-693) and heads south along the ridge between Scriver Creek and the Middle Fork of the Payette River. It leaves the grand fir forest type as it drops in elevation to the ponderosa pine types. As the trail descends it passes through some old burns and timber harvest units before terminating on private land. The trail provides access to the top of the One Spoon Trail, which drops down to the Middle Fork of the Payette River. Please stay on the trails, this is a designated area for travel management.
Closest Towns: Cascade
Area/Length: 8.6 Miles