FR 76 begins off Historic Route 66 in the south and goes north to the historic Spring Valley Work Center, a once remote Forest Service cabin. Today you can visit the site and even reserve it for group camping. The trail has mountain grades in the middle and deep ruts on the northern end. The elevation rises in the middle of the trail at Schultz Pass enough that aspen, spruce, and fir find their way into the pine forest. Camping is plentiful on the ends of the trail, with sites large enough for groups or larger rigs.
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