The Bearfoot Trail is a long, relaxed hike that starts near Strawberry and travels down into the canyon north of Pine. While the trail goes all the way to the Bearfoot Bridge, this is a nice choice for families or hikers who want to go as far as they like since the views are consistent throughout. Expect good signage and light traffic on this hike.
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Route Description for Bearfoot Trail
The Bearfoot Trail reaches from Strawberry down into the canyon north of Pine. While the trail itself goes all the way to the Bearfoot Bridge, many hikers choose to enjoy a shorter section of this route. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife as you enjoy this hike.
Some of this route is close to private homes and property, so remember to keep dogs leashed and take all your trash with you when you’re hiking near people’s homes. If you choose to do this hike in the summer, bring plenty of water and consider a hat and sunscreen.
The trailhead for this hike is across the road from the Strawberry Trailhead. You’ll hike along the highway for a few steps before descending the canyon wall and beginning a traverse along its western side. The route is rocky but pleasant. Hike past a residential area and then finish your outbound trip at the Bearfoot Bridge. From the bridge, or wherever you decide to call it a day, turn back and retrace your steps.
Getting to the Bearfoot Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for the Bearfoot Trail is on Sr 87 across from the Strawberry Trailhead.
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