The trail was easy to find and not very difficult. It starts out paved for the first 800 feet but then is packed earth with embedded rocks. It's a steady but gradual uphill with many benches for resting and lots of interpretive signs about the Pulaski and the Big Burn of 1910. It runs along the West Fork of Placer Creek so you can hear the water rushing the whole time and there are beautiful views.
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