Trail 141 is an upsidedown finger-shaped trail in the western reserve of Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area (AOAA). The total mileage for this trail is 1.4 miles. However, the trail earns its difficult rating from a short, 0.2 mile section just southwest of Glacier Rocks. This section of the trail has a steep, 23-degree slope with large, table-top-sized, diff-catching rock slabs that must be negotiated while leaning slightly off-camber to the downhill side, and maneuvering between tight trees. After this hill, the remaining 1.2 miles of trail is a bumpy but easy drive through small scrabble rock. This trail is best suited for experienced off-road drivers in slightly modified vehicles with larger tires and skidplate protection.
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