Pass Creek BR is part of a relatively easy and quiet trail network between Cumberland Pass and Cottonwood Pass. Most of the trail is surrounded by trees, but the southern end does pop out of the trees to provide a view into the Taylor Park area.
This trail is relatively easy but has one or two sections that change each season depending on conditions. When there is more precipitation, these spots can become muddy. During normal, dry times, they can be rutted out. However, there is usually enough room to drive around the mud or ruts. Under normal conditions, any vehicle with clearance can easily drive this trail.
There are a few obvious camping sites along the length of this trail, mainly in the trees.
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