Lower South Fork Trailhead

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Lower South Fork Trailhead

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Access 1: From Butte Falls, travel east for 1 mile to the Prospect-Butte Falls Highway turn left and proceed (north) 8.5 miles to Forest Service Road 34 (Lodgepole Road). Turn right and continue 8.1 miles to the signed parking area on the right, located approximately 0.25 mile after crossing the lower bridge. The trailhead for this section of trail is on the north side of road 37.

Access 2: Just past the parking area listed in Access 1, turn left (north) on Forest Road 3775. Drive approximately 1.5 miles to a parking area on the left and a sign for the Giant Sugar Pine. A short trail takes off on the west side of the road (left). The South Fork Trail meets with this spur in less than 0.25 mile.

Access 3: Follow same directions as for Access 2, but continue on Forest Road 3775 for approximately 6 miles total. Spur Road 3775-690 will be on the left just before crossing Imnaha Creek. Turn left and drive a 0.25 mile to the parking area and trailhead.

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