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Mule Bridge Trail

Mule Bridge Trail

Mule Bridge Trail

Mule Bridge Trail

Location: Marble Mountain Wilderness, Siskiyou County, CA
Difficulty: Difficult
Features: Hiking trails, bird watching, horseback riding, incredible scenery, beach

The Mule Bridge trailhead, adjacent to the Mule Bridge Horse Camp, commences from the North Folk Trail that follows the north folk of the Salmon River and into the Marble Mountains Wilderness. The trail parallels the Pacific Crest Trail and passes through the Salmon River, the Upper Abbotts Camps, and leads to interesting destinations such as the Lake of the Island, Abbott Lake, Lake Ethel, Wooley Lake, Milne Lake, and Osprey Lake. The trailhead is on the North Fork Trail which follows the north folk of the Salmon River.

Note: A California Campfire Permit is required to be able to use a camp stove or start a campfire. Moreover, water and garbage service are not provided. It is important to bring enough water for drinking or cooking. Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a leash.



Top 3 Adventure Hacks

1) Camp comfortably

Whether it may be a tent, an inflatable pad, a sleeping bag, or a hammock, make sure that these are comfortable – being ultralight is a plus factor.

2) Bring enough water

Water and garbage service are not available in the area. It is vital to bring enough water for drinking, or for cooking and washing. Moreover, a California Campfire Permit is required to be able to use a camp stove or start a campfire.

3) Bring a multi-purpose tool

A knife or multi-purpose tool can cut cloth into bandages, removes splinters, or repair gear.

 

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