Mammoth Mountain trail is a scenic yet challenging alternative to other less difficult routes within this region of Dixie National Forest. The route travels to both the secluded Dead Lake and Jenson Sawmill historical site where the wood for the original school in Cedar City was harvested. It's a very short walk to Dead Lake, a wonderful place for trout fishing or just taking in the view in the shade of a tall pine. After Dead Lake, the trail is very tight trees with an abundance of large lava rock. There are downed trees and a few mild challenges between the lake and the historic mill site. The trail can is used for connecting with several other trails within the National Forest OHV network.
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