Trail Map of Stevens Trail - Colfax

7.5 mile trail near Colfax, California

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Stevens Trail - Colfax
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Moderate: 7.5 miles, Half day
 
Overview: Stevens Trail is about 7.5 miles long located near Colfax, California. The trail is great for hiking and normally takes a half day. It is very scenic, rich in history and is on the National Register of Historic places. Built by Truman Allen Stevens it was used as a toll road for miners that needed to get from the mining town of Iowa Hill to the railroad town of Colfax. The trail was forgotten but then rediscovered in 1969 but a boy scout, Eric Kiel, and recharted as part of his scouting project. Today it is maintained by the Bureau of Land Management.

Tips: Don't miss the lady bugs at Secret Ravine if you hike this trail during the winter.
Trailhead and Parking Area
Parking
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Slaughter Ravine
Junction
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Stevens Trail
Junction
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Hiker - Biker - Equestrian Junction
Junction
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Union Pacific Railroad
Landmark
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Robbers Ravine
Landmark
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Gradual Decent
Landmark
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Secret Ravine
Junction
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