Miles Creek Road is a 5.15-mile road in the Bangtail Mountain Range. The road is mostly rough dirt, with several sections that are quite muddy and several that are quite rocky. There are some large ruts in parts of the road. For the most part, the worst obstacles can be easily avoided assuming one drives slow and cautiously. Many small offshoot roads leading to campsites are quite steep and technical, with mud, large rocks, deep ruts, and deep puddles. This road crosses over the top of the ridge and has excellent views of mountains and plateaus that are on the east side of the Bangtail Mountains and travels through several meadows full of wildflowers and butterflies.
There are lots of great camping spots off this road, with campsites right along the road and others a little ways from the trail via short access roads. Many of the campsites have their own unique beautiful views, and several of them have campfire rings.
Overall this is a fun trail for beginners, sightseers, campers, and those who want to explore more technical obstacles or play in the mud.
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