"DESCRIPTION: This description is from north to south. The trail starts out in a saddle and climbs through the forest for about 2 miles with limited views. Then it continues along the ridge still climbing where there are wonderful views. The trail follows the ridge line for 4.5 miles to the base of Sunrise Peak, then drops down to a meadow and pond, before climbing back to the ridge. The trail skirts Juniper Peak, Sunrise Peak and Jumbo Peak. The trail ends near Dark Meadows at Boundary Trail #1. Improvements are being planned. Check with Randle District for current information. Much of the trail along the open ridgetop takes you through an area that burned in 1902 and 1918, resulting in the beautiful meadows along the ridge today. This is a fun trail but with some more difficult sections. This trail was once used by sheepherders as a "stock driveway" from 1900 to the 1930s. Look for an old watering trough north of Jumbo Peak. This is a motorized trail but does not get a lot of use. It is part of the C to C Route."