Sureshot Ridge

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Sureshot Ridge is a short point-to-point trail connecting the Sureshot Lakes trail to South Willow Creek, the next valley north. Unlike the Sureshot Lakes trail, this trail is narrow, steep, and rocky. The most difficult obstacles on this trail are 5 switchbacks along the upper half of the trail. Three of these switchbacks are tight, and anything longer than a crew cab Tacoma may have difficulty maneuvering them. The lower portion of the trail opens from the dense trees into a large open meadow. Above the meadow, there is only one place wide enough to pass another vehicle. The trail can be traversed in either direction, but it is more difficult to start on the Sureshot Lakes side. The trail is mainly rough dirt, with larger rocks along most of the trail. There are two primitive campsites at the bottom, in the meadow, but most people just camp at Sureshot Lakes or at the Potosi Campground just before the lower trailhead.