Moss Pass Trailhead
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The Moss Pass Trailhead accesses the middle section of the Fremont National Recreation Trail which is open to hikers, horseback riders, and mountain bike riders. Currently this trail, which traverses the entire Fremont National Forest from north to south, is still under construction and there are a few uncompleted gaps. At this time users can travel north from Moss Pass for 35 miles to Government Harvey Pass or they can travel south for a distance of 15 miles to Cox Pass. There are several points of road access available for shuttle vehicles on both the northern and the southern routes if users do not wish to travel the entire distance (see Forest visitor map available at all Fremont NF offices).
Accommodations at the trailhead include four parking spurs, the “Eye of the needle” drive-through turnaround, a wheelchair accessible outhouse,
water for pack stock, and signed trail directions. This is also a good spot for wildlife viewing.
Directions: From Paisley: Travel south on Highway 31 for approximately 6 miles to the Clover Flat Road (County Road 2-10A). Follow 2-10A southwest for approximately 8 miles to the junction with Forest Road 3510. Take 3510 west for approximately 6 miles to Moss Pass. Continue west from Moss Pass for approximately þ mile to the signed entry road for the Moss Pass Trailhead.
Seasonal Access: Normally Open: June-October (Trail and parking area maintained during these dates.)
Facility Type: Trailhead
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