Carlton Pasture Trail
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The Carlton Pasture Trail switch backs through a mixed conifer and hardwood forest. Specifically look out for some old-growth madrone trees along this route. The trail breaks out into a small meadow dotted with trees and remnants of an old mining shelter presently called “Carlton Pasture”. Mature Ponderosa Pine outline this meadow. From this point, the trail heads west back into the forest which is now accented with rock outcroppings.
Look for unique plant species dotting this landscape. The trail ties in with the 1075/540 road. In order to reach the Elliott Ridge Trail #969, follow Road 540 approximately half a mile to Road 550. Turn left (west) on to 550 and follow it for another half mile to the Elliott Ridge Trailhead.
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