Grey Rock Trail

#4 of 191 trails in roosevelt national forest

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Grey Rock Trail is a 5.7 mile loop trail that travels up a narrow valley and follows switchbacks up a ridge and then down to Greyrock Meadow through a stand of fir trees.

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Gabby Lemaster (25)

1 Completed0 Reviews

Phillip Druyor (85)

1 Completed1 Reviews


Samuel Lewis (36)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Beautiful hike with scenic views. Climbing the actual rock is a blast.

Shane Peters (161)

16 Completed6 Reviews

Amazing view at the top. Neat pond up there also.

Kelcie Spradley (117)

6 Completed1 Reviews

The hike is longer than listed here. Very overgrown in areas with thorny bushes. Pictures are not the same as shown, a forest fire took over the area a while back. The views are pretty once you get to the top of the mountain. At the first fork take a left at the trail. Do not go up the right side of the trail as it is harder to climb up and not as shaded the other side to climb. The meadow and grey mountain is gorgeous but with the recent fire that went through the hike is hard on a warm day.

Bill L. (42)

Trail was Awesome!

Annie Young (36)

1 Completed1 Reviews

A bit wet but a lot of beautiful views.

Mark Tenn (150)

25 Completed2 Reviews

Chris Duarte (86)

11 Completed1 Reviews

Great trail with beautiful scenery!

Sasha TL (452)

12 Completed5 Reviews

Great hike and a bit challenging for my second hike this year but well worth it. Very windy on top and with all the recent rains had some areas that were wet from overflow from the top but will be sure to hit this one every year at least once